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The Clowns Archive is a museum of clowning, displaying a unique collection of faces on eggs.
The Clowns Archive is a museum of clowning, displaying a unique collection of faces on eggs. Open only first Friday of every month from noon-5PM.
Holy Trinity Church, Beechwood Rd, E8 3DY
+44 0870 128 4
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