Horniman Museum and Gardens has Victorian cast iron conservatory & bandstand, African gallery, aquarium, music gallery, textile display and many more

Horniman Museum and Gardens has the beautiful Victorian cast iron Conservatory, the Victorian Bandstand, The Totem Pole, the African Worlds Gallery, the stunning aquarium, the music gallery (which houses over 1,600 instruments), the anthropological Centenary Gallery, the Textile Display and the Natural History Gallery. It has 16 acre beautiful Garden.

The Horniman Museum and Gardens were founded by the Victorian trader Frederick John Horniman.

Admission to this London Museum: Free (a charge is made for the aquarium)

Address: 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ. Nearest Rail: Forest Hill Railway Station
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