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Arsenal Football Club Museum, in the Emirates Stadium at the Northern Triangle Building, tells the history of this world famous team. Find out accessability information at DisabledGo.com
The leading resource for all aspects of British postal history.
This museum shows works from the remarkable collection of modern Italian art created by Eric and Salome Estorick. Find accessibility information on DisablityGo.com
A real working farm in action in the heart of Islington.
The story of Islington from Anglo-Saxon village to major urban centre is told through the unique collections at Islington Local History Centre.
Islington Museum, on St John Street, displays the borough's history, famous residents and changing exhibitions. Find out accessibility information at DisabledGo.com
The London Canal Museum, in New Wharf Road, explores the history of London's canals in a 19th century icehouse. Find out accessability information at DisablityGo.com
The LMA holds historic London archives and an extensive photographic collection.
A socialist library and archive housed in the oldest building on Clerkenwell Green.
A museum telling the story of the Knights of the Order of St John, with regular guided tours of the ancient crypt in Grand Priory Church and inside the 16th century gatehouse.
A membership charity that encourages the study of geneaology and heraldry. Introductory library tours and advice for new members is available.
The Museum of Methodism tells the history of Methodism its contribution to shaping Britain’s political and social history. John Wesley’s House, his home for over a decade, is one of the finest surviving small Georgian townhouses in London.
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