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At the Museum of London you will learn about London’s history. Its main attractions are the Roman Gallery and a reconstructed Victorian street with shops. The museum is organised into chronological areas, with the upper galleries showing early history and the lower galleries for recent history.

London’s early history displayed in the upper galleries begins with a collection of prehistoric artefacts and moves on to the roman occupation, the Saxon & Medieval display and Tudor & Stuart. This gallery ends with the Great Fire of London in 1666. The lower galleries hold a collection dating from the 1700’s until today; unfortunately they are closed due to renovations and will re-open in 2009.

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