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The Cartoon Museum
Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum, 35 Little Russell Street, London, WC1A 2HH

0.37km

Political cartoons, comic strips and comic booksRead more

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Royal Society of Arts
Royal Society of Arts

8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ

0.41km

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Sir John Soane's Museum
Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3BP

0.62km

Fine art, architecture, antiquities, sculptureRead more

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Guildhall Art Gallery
Guildhall Art Gallery

Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, London, EC2V 5AE

1.68km

Located in the Guildhall, collection includes art and cultural artefacts about London, Victorian-era works, remains...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Marie Lloyd, Eagle Tavern, Hackney, Grecian Theatre Pleasure Grounds, Grecian Saloon, And 1 Other - The Eagle Tavern, Grecian Theatre Pleasure Grounds, Grecian Saloon & Olympic Theatre stood here 1825-1899. Here Marie Lloyd, music hall artiste made her first public performance in 1885
Philip Henry Gosse And Edmund Gosse Blue Plaque - Here lived Philip Henry Gosse 1810-1888  zoologist Sir Edmund Gosse 1849-1928  writer and critic born here
Richard Norman Shaw, Frederick Goodall, And W. S. Gilbert Blue Plaque - This house designed by R. Norman Shaw Architect, for Frederick Goodall Painter was later the home of W. S. Gilbert Writer and librettist
Gilbert Bayes Blue Plaque - Gilbert Bayes 1872-1953 sculptor lived here 1931-1953
Grey Plaque № 2937 - The world's first cash dispenser was installed  here 25 years ago on June 27, 1967
Brown Plaque № 39254 - Opened in 1912, Kew Gardens Station Footbridge is an early and rare British example of reinforced concrete, using a method pioneered by the French engineer François Hennebique. The bridge is remarkable for its high sides and for the curious projections extending over the railway lines. Both features were designed to protect pedestrians from the dirt of the railway's steam engines.

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