V&A Museum Of Childhood, Bethnal Green

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LONDON | The V&A Museum of Childhood is a separately located part of the Victoria & Albert Museum in Bethnal Green and houses one of the world’s largest collections of children’s toys, dolls, games, costumes and the like. It’s been building its collection since 1872 and contains a very well curated collection in its displays dating from the 1600s to present.

Grouped mostly by era or type, the items on display combine with detailed descriptions which provide visitors with context as to the item’s historical and cultural importance. Visitors are helped to see how children might have lived, thought and felt, through the objects on display.

Temporary exhibitions, events and workshops are often held at the museum, and there’s a cafe for those who want a bite to eat.

V&A Museum of Childhood

Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9PA
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 8983 5200
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.vam.ac.uk/moc/

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