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There are loads of events, from puppet shows, to outdoor theatre, to garden trails and storytelling. The Musical Museum If you’re interested in the history of instruments and fancy discovering some you would never have even thought existed, this is the place to go.
It is said that Ham House is one of the most haunted houses in Britain and you can discover the ghostly tales scattered through the history of Ham House by taking a ghost tour… The Musical Museum has an array of self-playing musical instruments, as well as weird and wacky inventions that failed to break into the commercial world.
The collection has more than 3,500 items ranging from fossils and paintings to the skeleton of the 7ft 7in tall ‘Irish Giant’. The Geffrye Museum The Geffrye Museum exhibits a wide variety of the history of English interior design.
There is an educational museum trail for kids to fill in which follows the history of the regiments from the earliest times to the present day.
With palm trees and beautifully tiled fountains, it’s a great place to go if you want to feel like you’re on holiday.
It is also hom is easily the best place in the gardens for kids.
The tours are really informative and a great way to learn more about the different instruments that weren’t successful. The Grant Museum Of Zoology The Grant Museum of Zoology is one of the oldest – and weirdest – natural history museums in Britain.
It has around 67,000 specimens, covering the whole Animal Kingdom.
If you’re a fan of astronomy or just fancy gazing at the stars, planets and moon, this is a great place to go.