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Bethlem Museum of the Mind, Beckenham
(4.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Unexpected visit to this small, free museum on the weekend - very interesting and thought provoking on a traditionally uneasy topic (that should be more open and discussed more mainstream IMO) Lots of...  more »
  • This is an excellent museum if you wish to get a very good understanding of the treatment of the mentally ill over time. The art exhibitions demonstrate how much we as a society benefit from this grou...  more »
  • This is well worth a visit. First problem parking the car but in the end not a long walk through the lovely grounds. Very well presented and very welcoming staff. The interactive features are excellen...  more »
Google
  • Lovely, little museum. A bit different from what you'll find in central London, but it's worth a visit. As it's a bit on the small side it won't take much of your time. Just a shame it's not open on the weekends.
  • A Museum and Art Gallery focusing on the on mental health and the history of mental health provision. Well laid out and thought provoking galleries which allow time to reflect on the information provided. Free talks every Saturday museum is open at 2pm, check website for details. Museum is needed as the topics raised need a wider audience to enable greater understanding in society.
  • Thought provoking and sensitive spaces. Show another aspect to mental health issues in a beautiful way. Despite the subject matter it is not too intense and the main gallery space is long enough to be challenging but not too long that it becomes preachy. If their ambition was to remove stigma around mental health then they've done a great job. I can't recommend it highly enough.
  • Amazing museum. It is a good look and explanation about mental health. Friendly staff and lovely grounds.
  • Remarkable ; dignified, informative and superbly curated. An exceptional experience and unconditionally recommended. Seek this out.