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Description A Traveller's History of London aims to bring London's past alive to the resident, traveller and student, to reveal the city's hidden treasures and forgotten places and guide the reader to the sights ... more

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Super

AdvantagesFree, lots to see, plenty of info enhanced by audio tour, impressive and stunning collection

DisadvantagesLots of repeat instruments, audio tour online, no toilets, disabled access limited

...It?s fair to say history as a subject covers quite a wild spectrum of things, some of those things more interesting than others. For example, the history of the spatula probably isn?t going to appeal to too many people whereas science, on the other hand, is always cool what with staring into deep space and blowing things up. ?Gosh?, I hear you cry, ?what if someone were to like totally combine...

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Excellent

AdvantagesSharp, witty and brilliant

DisadvantagesNothing, for me

...If I were to apply a single word to 'The History Boys', it would be "intelligent". Alan Bennett's adaptation of his own play is done justice on the big screen, with some stellar acting by some then rising stars who have gone on to success, supported by established British acting names that did the tale justice and a skill behind the camera from director Nicholas Hytner. The story takes us to...

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Excellent

AdvantagesFree, Loads to see, well presented, well laid out, suitable for adults and children

DisadvantagesThe tiger in the taxidermy section

...The Natural History Museum in London is a fine example of just how brilliantly we can do things in this country. It is a fabulous museum that cannot fail to grasp your attention and hold it through a series of well sectioned and excellently presented displays. There wasn't a bit of it that I didn't like (apart, perhaps, from the tiger in the taxidermy section!). I can't recommend it enough if you...

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