Guide to... Music Museums in London

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Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour
Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour

1 New Row, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4EA

Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour is the finest spot in London for gin lovers to immerse themselves in this most splendid spirit....Read more

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Museum of Asian Music
Museum of Asian Music

Museum of Asian Music, 1 Bradford Road, London, W3 7SZ

Musical instruments, music extracts and video clips of music from across AsiaRead more

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Musical Museum, Brentford
Musical Museum

Musical Museum, Brentford, 399 High Street, London, TW8 0DU

Collection of music boxes and automatic instrumentsRead more

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Royal Academy of Music Museum
Royal Academy of Music Museum

Royal Academy of Music Museum, London, NW1 5HT

Musical instruments and artefacts of the Royal Academy of MusicRead more

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Royal College of Music
RCM Museum of Music

Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London, SW7 2BS

Musical instruments, art, documents and accessories, part of the Royal College of MusicRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Jeremy Bentham Black Plaque - JEREMY BENTHAM  Known for many years as the 'Lord Wellington' it is still frequently referred to as the 'Welly Bar' by many of the academics and local residents. Renamed in October 1982 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the death of Jeremy Bentham who is recognised as the spiritual founder of University College London. The myth that he was the founder is sustained in a bizarre manner by the college.  His 'Auto-Icon' as he called it, is in fact his skeleton, dressed in his own clothes and t
William Smith Green Plaque - William Smith 1769-1839 "Father of English Geology" made the first map of an entire country -England and Wales- in 1815 lived on this site 1804-1819
City Pesthouse, Islington Green Plaque - City Pesthouse Built here in open fields 1593 Used during the Great Plague 1665 Demolished 1736
Sydney Smith Brown Plaque - Sydney Smith 1771-1845 author and wit lived here
Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, And Joseph Paxton Multicoloured Plaque - Building designed by Joseph Paxton    First large scale prefabricated glass and iron building    Organised by  the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851    First world exposition of  innovation, technology and design    Supported by  HRH Prince Albert
Tom Sayers Blue Plaque - Tom Sayers 1826-1865 pugilist died here

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