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2 Willow Road

(Also known as National Trust 2 Willow Road)
Willow RoadLondonNW3 1TH
A unique Modernist home from 1939. It was designed by architect Erno Goldfinger, and contains a 20th century art collection including works by Henry Moore and Max Ernst. Runs a monthly Thursday lates programme.
020 7435 6166 Fax: 020 7435 6166

British Library Paccar Gallery

(Formerly known as the British Library Pearson Gallery)
96 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2DB
Temporary exhibitions and displays from the Library's collection.
020 7412 7332 (Visitor Services)

British Library Sir John Ritblat Gallery

96 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2DB
Free permanent exhibition on the treasures of the British Library. Includes the digitised display 'Turning the Pages' whereby users can simulate reading the original pages of several of the Library's treasures.
020 7412 7332 (Visitor Services)

British Museum

(Including the Great Court)
Great Russell StreetLondonWC1B 3DG
Free admission, permanent exhibition of the works of man from prehistoric times to the present day. A wide range of lectures and gallery talks. The Paul Hamlyn reference library and COMPASS, a multimedia guide to the collections. The Museum's Education Department runs a number of…
020 7323 8000 (Switchboard and Recorded Information); 020 7323 8299 (Information Desk) Fax: 020 7323 8616 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7323 8920

British Museum Friends

(Formerly known as British Museum Society)
British MuseumGreat Russell StreetLondonWC1B 3DG
Membership organisation for the British Museum. Members have free admission to exhibitions, Members' evenings, Members' parties, access to special lectures, British Museum magazine subscription, and 10% discount in shops onsite and online and cafes across the Museum.
020 7323 8195 Fax: 020 7323 8985

British Postal Museum and Archive

(BPMA)
Freeling HousePhoenix PlaceLondonWC1X 0DL
The museum store is at Debden, Essex - open on selected dates only. The London site houses the Royal Mail archive. Small exhibitions, events, outreach and educational resources.
020 7239 2570 Fax: 020 7239 2576 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7239 2572

Brunei Gallery (The)

School of Oriental and African StudiesThornhaugh StreetLondonWC1H 0XG
Gallery for exhibitions of historical and contemporary African, Asian and Middle Eastern art. Groups of 10 people or more are requested to book in advance. Bookshop and Japanese-style roof garden.
020 7898 4915 (Reception), 020 7898 4046 (Recorded information) Fax: 020 7898 4259

Cartoon Museum

(Formerly the British Cartoon Centre)
35 Little Russell StreetLondonWC1A 2HH
Main gallery on the history of cartoons, comics and cartoon strips. Also has exhibition gallery, classes, lectures, bookshop and library. The Heneage Library (Wed 11am-3.30pm and by appointment) contains over 6,000 books on cartoons, comics, caricature and animation. There is also a collection of 6,500…
020 7580 8155 Fax: 020 7631 0793

Centre for the Magic Arts

(Headquarters of the Magic Circle)
12 Stephenson WayLondonNW1 2HD
Contact the Duty Manager. Organises various public events during the year and Meet the Magic Circle evenings. The Magic Circle Experience is open by appointment for group bookings only. Headquarters of the Magic Circle.
020 7387 2222

Charles Dickens Museum London

(Formerly known as the Charles Dickens Museum and Library)
48 Doughty StreetLondonWC1N 2LX
Pictures, furniture, personal relics and manuscripts. Exhibition programme.
020 7405 2127

Fenton House

(Also known as the National Trust Fenton House)
Windmill HillLondonNW3 6RT
17th Century house with collection of Oriental and European porcelain, paintings, needlework and furniture, and the Benton Fletcher Collection of early keyboard and other instruments. Walled garden and orchard.
020 7435 3471 Fax: 020 7435 3471

Foundling Museum

(Also known as Foundling Museum Civil Ceremony Venue)
40 Brunswick SquareLondonWC1N 1AZ
Art treasures from the Foundling Hospital including works by Hogarth, Reynolds, Gainsborough and other leading British artists of the mid-eighteenth century. Musical memorabilia relating to G.F. Handel and social history relating to the development of the Foundling Hospital. Clore Education Centre, extensive education programme, concert…
020 7841 3600 Fax: 020 7841 3601

Francis Crick Institute Visitor Centre

(Formerly known as the UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation UKCMRI)
215 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2BE
Biomedical research centre under construction, due for completion in 2015. Group visits can be arranged.
0800 028 6731 (enquiries)

Freud Museum

20 Maresfield GardensLondonNW3 5SX
Sigmund Freud's house with his study and library preserved. Exhibits and special events. Admission fee.
020 7435 2002 Fax: 020 7431 5452

Friends of the Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum129-131, Albert StreetLondonNW1 7NB
Friends group supporting the Jewish Museum. Members receive a range of benefits, including a programme of exclusive Friends events, newsletter and free admission to the newly redeveloped Jewish Museum in Camden.
020 7284 7384 Fax: 020 7284 7385

Grant Museum of Zoology

Rockefeller BuildingUniversity College London21 University StreetLondonWC1E 6DE
The only remaining university zoological museum in London. It houses around 67,000 specimens, covering the whole animal kingdom. Founded in 1828 as a teaching collection, the Museum is packed full of skeletons, mounted animals and specimens preserved in fluid. Many of the species are now…
020 3108 2052

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Museum and Archives Service

(Also known as the Peter Pan Gallery)
1st floorGreat Ormond Street Hospital55 Great Ormond StreetLondonWC1N 3JH
Contains artefacts, photographs, paintings and books relating to the history of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Includes a library of Peter Pan books in many languages, library on the history of medicine, and items relating to Charles Dickens, James Barrie, Lewis Carroll and Florence Nightingale.
020 7405 9200 ext 5920

Hampstead Museum

Burgh HouseNew End SquareLondonNW3 1LT
Admission free. Local history museum, Constable display, Isokon furniture and exhibitions. Programme of events and guided walks.
020 7431 0144 Fax: 020 7435 8817

Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons of England

35-43, Lincolns Inn FieldsLondonWC2A 3PE
The Hunterian Museum and Wellcome Museum of Anatomy and Pathology are closed. They will reopen in 2021 following a major redevelopment of the Royal College of Surgeons building: www.rcseng.ac.uk/transform.  Open to all, free admission, donations welcomed. Groups of more than 6 should book in advance.…
020 7869 6560, 020 7405 3474 Textphone/Minicom: 18001 020 7869 6560

Inns of Court and City Yeomanry Museum

Lincolns Inn10 Stone BuildingsLondonWC2A 3TG
Museum of the history of the Inns of Court and City Yeomanry regiments. The collection includes weaponry, uniforms and musical instruments.
020 7405 8112 Fax: 020 7414 3496
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