Charles Dickens Museum

The Charles Dickens Museum in London is the world's most important collection of material relating to the great Victorian novelist and social commentator. The only surviving London home of Dickens (from 1837 until 1839) was opened as a Museum in 1925 and is still welcoming visitors from all over the world in an authentic and inspiring surrounding. On four floors, visitors can see paintings, rare editions, manuscripts, original furniture and many items relating to the life of one of the most popular and beloved personalities of the Victorian age.

London Museums of Health and Medicine

Everyone has an interest in health, and visits to London's museums of health and medicine will reveal the fascinating range and diversity of the subject. From rare plants, heart surgery, illuminated manuscripts, and helicopter emergency services, to pharmacies, false teeth and Freud, the exhibits in these museums help to place the history and development of medicine and health care in its widest context. Along the way, they provide some remarkable insights into an age-long campaign against illness, disease and injury.

Museum Mile

A walk along Museum Mile provides a fascinating insight into London, past and present. From King\'s Cross to the River Thames, discover 13 of the city\'s most extraordinary museums and galleries and their equally diverse collections.

Novalty Automation

A Holborn Voice favorite! Novelty Automation is a mix of humour and engineering combined into coin-operated satirical slot machines for you to play with.

The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, London's first home for abandoned children and of three major figures in British history: its campaigning founder the philanthropist Thomas Coram, the artist William Hogarth and the composer George Frideric Handel. This remarkable collection of art, period interiors and social history is now housed in a restored and refurbished building adjacent to the original site of the Hospital, demolished in 1928.