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The Wandsworth Museum has a collection of artifacts covering the local history of Wandsworth and its surroundings over 25000 years.
The Wandsworth Museum has a collection of artifacts covering the local history of Wandsworth and its surroundings over 25000 years. The exhibits are organized as part of - Natural Landscape starting from the Ice Age, Cultural Landscape, and the Human Story tracing human life in the area.
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