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  1. Gold bars at the Bank of England Museum Bank of England Museum
    Fascinating child-friendly museum inside the majestic Bank of England - a highlight includes the chance to hold a real gold bar. Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Free entry.
  2. Picture of two City of London policemen City of London Police Museum website
    Small but fascinating museum whose collection charts the development of the UK police service, from the earliest days, through to modern policing methods. Guided tours give insights into crime in Victorian London and how social changes affect the work of the police force. Free entry. Please check website for opening times.
  3. View of the inside of Dr Johnson's House on Fleet Street Dr Johnson's House
    Beautiful Georgian house tucked in a square off Fleet Street which was formerly the home of the great literary figure Dr Samuel Johnson. Adults £4.50; concs £3.50; children £1.50; family £10; under 5s free. Oct-Apr Mon-Sat 11am-5pm; May-Sept Mon-Sat 11am-5.30pm.
  4. Museum of London logo Museum of London website
    Brilliant museum documenting the history of the capital from the pre-historic age to the present day. Great for all ages. Free entry (some exhibitions charged). Open daily 10am-6pm.
  5. St Barts Museum St Bartholomew’s Hospital Museum website
    One of the oldest hospitals in the world, St Bartholomew's, or Bart's, was founded in 1123, and has cared for the sick and injured ever since. The Museum tells this inspiring story. Highlights include: historic surgical instruments, sculpture, medieval archives, and unique works of art, including spectacular paintings by William Hogarth.
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