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Ragged School Museum, London

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  • Visited as part of a day out in London, If you are in this area of London then it is worth a look to learn of London`s early Children's schooling set up by Barnardo, especially good for children, allo...  more »
  • This is probably the single best place to bring a class of children in London: the staff are able to do 'classroom' sessions where the kids get treated like they would have been in Victorian times as ...  more »
  • What a strange little museum this is. It looks pretty derelict from the outside, but then that's probably because it's the same exterior from the 19th Century. It's fascinating inside - a real treat. ...  more »
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  • This is a great place to bring young children for a little trip out. When I had young relatives staying, we took them here. Firstly it is free, which is great, and the staff are very good with children and get them involved telling them stories etc. Worth a visit.
  • Amazing place to see if you are East London
  • A great little museum showcasing East End poverty in the last few centuries. Limited opening times. Combine with a walk along the Canal from Limehouse to Hackney.
  • Best place ever! Staff and volunteering are so friendly, this is such an underrated place; every time I go, I always have the time of my life. Wish they opened more often.
  • Lovely off the beaten track attraction. Gives an insight in the history of the area and of schooling in times of extreme poverty. There is a replica classroom and offers a real life teaching experience with teachers dressed like in the old days. I didn't attend the class, but I would suppose it will be real fun for parents with children. The staff is really passionate and devoted, it was a pleasure chatting with them. The ground floor contains an interesting display of the history of east and south east London. It also features a very cute little coffee shop. I would definitely go again sometime, hopefully I will find some friends with kids to have a good excuse to attend the class :-)