Smylers at stripey.com
Fri Nov 1 12:10:28 GMT 2013
Joel Bernstein writes:
> Sir John Soane's Museum - http://www.soane.org/
Raphael Mankin writes:
> Or for something totally idiosyncratic try the John Soane Museum in
> Lincoln's Inn Fields.
I'll third that: Sir John Soane's Museum is an incredible place.
>From there, the Cartoon Museum is nearby — though that may appeal
more to nostalgic Brits than foreign tourists unfamiliar with many of
the artists and publications: http://www.cartoonmuseum.org/
And if you happen to be a Kirsty MacColl fan, Soho square is then a
short walk away, with Kirsty's bench. It is only a bench, a fairly
normal bench. But if you are a fan and in the area anyway, it's worth a
minor detour: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirsty_MacColl#Legacy
Over in Notting Hill, I enjoyed the Museum of Brands — but again that
might be more of a Brit nostalgia thing: http://www.museumofbrands.com/
And a backstage tour of the National Theatre was interesting, delivered
by a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. It's listed as
1 h 15 min, but ours went on for almost 2 hours:
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