September 09, 2013 | | Comments 0

London Day 9: Museum of London

After exploring Borough Market, we still have a few hours for the day. So, we decided to explore another museum.

Museum of London showcases the account of London life from prehistoric times to the present day. Some of the exhibits I remembered were the plague, the great fire and modern London. No photography is allowed inside the museum.

The Lomo Wall; 65 meter in length is made up by almost 30,000 photographs of the London Olympic. More than 15,000 people from 32 countries submitted analogue pictures for this wall.

We were simply too tired to pay much attention at the exhibits. We ended up in the cafeteria and ordered some tea and sat down to rest our tired feet.

The above sculpture of words from John Wesley is located outside the museum.

A view upon leaving the Museum of London.

Part of the London Wall that survived near Museum of London. The wall was built by the Romans.

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