The 5 most unusual museums in London
1) Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
A huge collection of domestic and everyday products and packaging of food and household items, posters, toys, games and printed media. Chronologically organised, from the Victorian period to the present day, this nostalgic and engrossing treasure trove details the history of consumer culture.
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