Museum of the Order of Saint John
11 locals recommend ·
About this place
The museum houses rich collections of paintings, furniture, silver, metalwork and armour, ceramics, sculpture, prints, drawings, textiles, jewellery, manuscripts, and fine books in impressive Tudor and Norman buildings.
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Amazing little museum, 2 minutes walk away, which takes you straight to the heart of this Da Vinci Code area of London.
A Museum looking at story of the first aid charity which goes back to the 11th Century. Free entry to the museum, but with a suggested donation.
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