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OPEN Mon–Fri 10am–5pm. museumofchildhood. uk). Bethnal Green. At this wonderful museum, my wife and I got to sit around in deckchairs reading the Sunday papers playing a game called ‘Imagine it’s 2003 and we haven’t had children yet’, while our daughter and son amused themselves for ages on a mocked-up beach. The museum explores all aspects of childhood from play to the history of children’s clothing and has among its highlights 8,000 dolls, a model Hogwarts Express train, a child-sized Rolls-Royce, a Robosapien robot that belches on command and loads of interactive exhibits.
We visited this market a few days after our son was born looking to buy a ‘couple of plants’ to finish off the flat we’d just decorated. There are more than 52 stalls here and 30 garden-and-craft themed shops selling anything from sunflower seeds to huge tree ferns and exotic cut flowers. The atmosphere, a thousand times better than the musakatmosphere of a garden centre, is funny, bantering and so relaxed we left the market laden with so many large exotic house plants that I was pulled over on the M25 by a policeman who thought I’d ‘been overtaken by a hedge, sir’.
The best time to come is around 4:30pm when it’s feeding time. 30pm. uk). Mile End. This ragged (free, but so-called because the pupils were poor and often dressed in rags) school was once the largest in London. It was open for 31 years before closing in 1908. Visitors take part in a Victorian lesson on the 3 Rs (reading, writing and ’rithmetic) at this former Dr Barnardo 44 CHAPTER 1 LONDON Barnardo Boy Thomas John Barnardo (1845– 1905) was an Irish philanthropist born in Dublin. His medical work in the East End of London during the cholera epidemic of 1866 first drew his attention to the numbers of destitute children in the cities of England.