The Easter week-end has come to an end, but you can’t help thinking of any excuse to eat some more chocolates? You can go to the Chocolate Museum in Brixton! This tiny museum and shop will introduce you to the world (and taste) of chocolate. You may be seduced just like me…
The Design Museum, originally located by the River Thames near Tower Bridge, reopened last November on High Street Kensington. It was founded in 1989 by Sir Terence Conran (the famous designer and founder of Habitat and then the Conran Shop). The Design Museum worked with the John Pawson’s team on the museum’s interior fit-out to turn it into a 21st century’s landmark. I was quite excited a few weeks ago to see the new creation of Sir Conran. And you’ll see it’s worth the visit!
I must say I am not particularly attracted by museums related to wartime. But after wandering in the Imperial War Museum for a few hours without noticing the time, I was forced to admit I enjoyed visiting this museum. And once again, this museum offers free admission, therefore you have no excuse avoiding it…
Do you know that Jimi Hendrix and Handel had many commonalities? Of course their names began with an H and they both changed music of their respective time… But there’s more. The two musicians were only separated by a wall (and of course 200 years’ gap!), as they both lived in the same building in London, on Brook Street.
A precious collection… for free! Most of the greatest museums in London offer free admission and the Victoria & Albert… Read more The V&A, the world’s largest museum of decorative art
Everything is to be seen at the British Museum. And it is endless! Being there is like travelling without jet lag. And travel shapes youth… So stay young!
Who said the museums were dull ? Museums in London are incredibly well-thought for children and parents, which makes it worth to visit them. Let’s begin with the Science Museum…and a special guest!