Down in the basement can be found a mock-up of a strange place, of unusual decorations and motifs, of rebellion and solitude, of the teenager.
How to make a person feel old -- tell them that what they did as an act of youthful rebellion is now in a museum as a treasured artifact.
Boardgames are one of the rites of passage of aging, from simple games played a young children, through to drunken nights with friends after work. And any such product eventually ends up in a museum, with a display.
There's a basement behind a gated entrance in plain sight but hidden from view in central London which conceals a surprisingly large museum.
Part of a busy pedestrian route near Waterloo station is about to be partially sealed off -- for a PR stunt.
An exhibition of some of the finds from one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London has gone on display in the Museum of London.
A sizable museum sits inside the Bank of England, and they have recently refurbished a small corner to show off the history of the bank note.
It was missing when I did the first list, but the astonishing electrical control room at Woking will be open to the public as part of the Heritage Open Days next weekend.
Through a locked gate, down a road past more locked gates, and here on the edges of London is a grand building which played a very secretive role during WW2.
The bookings pages apparently open tomorrow (Thur 18th Aug) for next month's annual Open House Weekend.
A series of events in the city to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London will culminate in a 120 metre long panorama of the ancient city being set alight while floating on the Thames.
The Barbican library has put on a display of "zines", those self-printed pamphlet style magazines that marked a certain sub-culture which still needed to promote and communicate.
Three lovely places to visit should you fancy a visit to the small town of Bushey
It's difficult to imagine, but one of the best views of London, and a wonderful park to walk through are but a few minutes from the Jubilee line.
A long cavernous space within the Science Museum has been filled with over 160 retro computer games, from the earliest Pong to fairly recent 3D virtual reality headsets.
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