Year 8

MUSEUMS AND ART GALLERIES

  • Science Museum – Energy Hall (Industrial Revolution)
  • Science Museum – James Watt and our World
  • Science Museum – Making the Modern World
  • Victoria and Albert Museum – Paintings and British Gallery

 

  • Tate BritainHolbein in London
  • Museum of London – The Mill’s Plantation Archive
  • Museum of London – People’s City
  • Museum of LondonWar, Plague and Fire
  • National Army Museum – The Making of Modern Britain

PLACES

  • Tower of London
  • Hampton Court 
  • Little Venice and Regent’s Canal
  • Magnificent Seven Cemeteries were created in Victorian times to cater for London’s rapidly growing and dying population. They all have glorious monuments and interesting walks.monuments and secluded walks. Only the most famous, Highgate, has an entry charge. Kensal Green cemetery off Harrow Road, W10, is easily reached by tube and offers occasional tours of the catacombs. Brompton Cemetery, in the shadow of Chelsea’s football ground, is also fascinating. The others are at Abney Park in Stoke Newington, Nunhead, Tower Hamlets and West Norwood.
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