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The Charterhouse The Charterhouse
0.22 km

Charterhouse Square, London

1 5
"Small Museum in the historic Charterhouse with excellent disabled access"

The Charterhouse has been living the nation's history since 1348. Founded as a burial ground for victims of the 1348 Black Death, a monastery was later established on the site which flourished thr...

Barts Pathology Museum Barts Pathology Museum
0.53 km

24 West Smithfield, London

1 4
"Fascinating Museum, well worth visiting with accessible toilet, lift and 7 steps"

Barts Pathology Museum is in London. All the information for this venue has been submitted by visitors in the form of reviews. If you represent this location please submit your information using...

The Postal Museum The Postal Museum
0.82 km

Phoenix Place, London

2 3.8
"Disappointed but Understandable"

The Postal Museum is the leading resource for all aspects of British postal history. With collections ranging from staff records to stamps, poster design to photography and from transport to teleg...

Armourers' Hall Armourers' Hall
1.05 km

81 Coleman Street, London

1 5
"All-Round Impressive including its Accessibility"

Armourers' Hall is in London.  All the information for this venue has been submitted by visitors in the form of reviews. If you represent this location please submit your information using the 'Ve...

The Museum of Methodism & John Wesley's House The Museum of Methodism & John Wesley's House
1.12 km

49 City Road, London

1 4
"Historic Site, Step Free Accesss to Chapel, Museum and Ground Floor of Welsey's House"

The Museum of Methodism & John Wesley's House is in London. All the information for this venue has been submitted by visitors in the form of reviews. If you represent this location please sub...

Hunterian Museum Hunterian Museum
1.18 km

Royal College of Surgeons, London

1 3
"Why has a £4.6 million refurbishment in 2023 failed to be inclusive?"

THE HUNTERIAN MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL AUTUMN 2020 The Hunterian Museum collections, brought together over four centuries by a cast of colourful characters including John Hunter (1728-1793), are a fa...

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