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Records for Museums and Exhibits in Greater London from 0 to 10 with business/org name starting with Any

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  • Age Exchange and Reminiscence Museum
    Greater London Aims to improve the quality of life for older people by emphasizing the value of their memories to old and young, through pioneering artistic, educational, and welfare activities.
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  • Bloxham Art Galleries
    Greater London With details of current and forthcoming exhibitions, artists represented, and gallery news. Located in St. Johns Hill.
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  • British Museum
    Camden Offers exhibit and collection highlights and background information on the museum.
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  • British Museum Company 800 085 0864
    Camden Features books, replicas, stationery and jewellery based on the collections of the British Museum. Also includes details of cultural and historical tours of the museum.
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  • Centre of Attention, The
    Hackney Nonprofit contemporary art centre in Shoreditch, exhibiting up-and-coming and established artists.
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  • COMPASS
    Camden Allows users to explore the British Museums collection online.
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  • CowParade London
    Greater London Features the cows, artists, sponsors, and news.
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  • Deen City Farm
    Merton City farm and riding stables offering childrens events and educational programmes.
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  • Department of Prehistory and Europe
    Camden Responsible for collections that cover a vast expanse of time from the earliest human tools in Africa and Asia to the art and archaeology of Europe from the earliest times to the present day.
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  • Dr Johnsons House
    City of London Home and workplace for Samuel Johnson from 1748-1759, where he compiled the first comprehensive English Dictionary. Located in Gough Square, London.
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