Our 2nd day in London we visited the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green. It was moved here in 1872 from South Kensington. It's a lovely museum with 2 floors of beautifully displayed toys through the centuries.
Grace was delighted with the doll house and miniature displays.
Grace had never before seen such a neat miniature butcher shop, and neither had I!
Another doll house. One could spend hours staring at all the miniatures.
A view of the museum in 1872.
A view of the museum in 2017!
There is a cafe on the bottom floor and a gift shop.
All museums in London are FREE and this one is well worth the visit.
By Loretta Houben