Some of the most fascinating small museums are the ones devoted to something so mundane that you barely even give a second thought to it, and such a museum can be found in North London.
About Stephens CollectionA small museum that tracks the life of Henry 'Inky' Stephens with artefacts and memorabilia from the history of the man, his business and his passions.
Expect a number of glass cases showing off the history of the industrial production of ink and related printing goods.
The site was chosen because the grand house the museum sits within was the founder's private home, which he later donated to the local community.
Note - the museum is now only open by apointment.
17 East End Road,
Link to Stephens Collection's website
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Stephens Collection
The nearest station is Finchley Central Tube Station which is 0.3 miles away.