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The Horniman Museum is a fine museum with an eclectic Natural History collection of stuffed animals, an aquarium and world musical instruments from different eras on display in an Art Nouveau building.
The Horniman Museum is a fine museum with an eclectic Natural History collection of stuffed animals, an aquarium and world musical instruments from different eras on display in an Art Nouveau building. A real hidden gem for those with an interest in the anthropology of African, Afro-Carribean and Asian cultures.
100 London Rd, Forest Hill, SE23 3PQ
+44 20 8699 18
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