The Museum of London is the world's largest urban history museum with 1.1 million objects and Europe's largest archaeological archive. The Museum's collections are its richest resource. They contain the material remains of London's vast, complex past and are an inspirational source of knowledge. The Museum is committed to making its collections accessible to all who wish to learn from them.
The Museum of London is at London Wall, in the City of London. Its displays cover London from prehistory to modern times.
The Museum in Docklands is located on five floors of a splendid late Georgian warehouse on West India Quay - literally in the shadow of the Canary Wharf district - and offers twelve major galleries, a children's gallery, education services, functions suites, a restaurant and a shop. It explores the story of London's River, Port and People, from Roman settlement of the port, through to the recent regeneration of London's former Docklands - a 2000 year storyline. Docklands role in trade is the major theme of the displays.
The Museum of London is an outreach partner in Plant Cultures.
Museum in Docklands
Museum of London
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