Museum of London


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An Extinct form of Wild Ox – The Aurochs 245,000 to 186.000 BC                             The 2012 London Olympics

The Museum of London ⇒ is at 150 London Wall (as distinct from the Museum of: London Docklands ⇐).  It is quite an extensive and interesting museum with a timeline, that begins on the top floor, from prehistoric times to present day.  The museum is free to enter and non-commercial photography is allowed.

The museum is a short walk along St Martin’s Le Grand from St Paul’s underground rail station (central Line) .

Educational sessions, including those for young students, are available.

museum-of-london-the-backfoot-of-a-stright-tusked-elephant-found-in-essexThe Straight Tusked Elephant 781,000 to 50,00 years before present.

There are a large number of prehistoric, bronze age, pre-Roman, Roman, post-Roman (Saxon) and Norman exhibits.  Alongside are a number of educational placards and films.  Too many items to show here…

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