Posted on 01 June 2018 By Prisca Ntumba
#1 Hunterian Museum - london
This one is for everything surgery and anatomy related. Might freak some people out though, you’ll turn your head and see human remains in Jars. (Side note: it’s closed at the moment and will be reopening in 2020 but if you go on their site, you’ll see other events they will be holding at different locations)
#2 Geffrye Museum - London
This museum features different rooms that have been recreated after a certain period in time. Gives you a feel of what it was like back in the day beyond looking at pictures.
#3 Ragged School Museum - London
Kind of like the Geffrye Museum but a Victorian school instead.
#4 Grant Museum Of Zoology - london
Filled with animals from the past and the present as well as a whole load of skeletons.
#5 Sir John Soane’s Museum - London
AKA ‘A Historic House’. The home of Sir John Soane (1753-1837), an architect who collected a crazy amount of art, furniture and architectural ornamentation.
#6 Wellcome Collection - London
Gallery, events, classes, a library, all of it. If you’re a curious person like myself, you will love this one as it’s all based around the ‘whys’ of life. This museum explores medicine, culture, philosophy, psychology and everything of that nature.
#7 International Slavery Museum - Liverpool
What makes this museum different is the fact it explores not only the history of the slave trade but also the present effect and reality of slavery. Also showcases a lot beyond what was learnt in school which is always a good thing.
#8 Bethlem Museum of the mind - beckenham
Bethlem Museum is about all things mental health. It will give you a look into mental health practices over time and also explores and celebrates the achievements of mental health sufferers.
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