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Opening Times

Daily 10.00 – 17.00

Admission prices 

(as of 1st April 2015)

Adult £7.50
Child (under 16) £3.80
Concessions £4.80
Small Family ticket (one adult and up to three children under 16) £13.00
Large Family ticket (two adults and up to three children under 16) £18.00

 Children under five are free of charge

2 Lambeth Palace Road London SE1 7EW United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7620 0374

This Easter 20% off Family Ticket Saturday 28 March - Sunday 12 April with voucher.

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 Mother Goose's Victorian Easter Family Activities

 

Join us this Easter for Victoiran nursery rhyme and Easter themed crafts. See our Families page for more details. 

 

The Victorians lecture season

 

8th April 2015 at 6:30pm

Secrets fromThe Victorian House by Lucinda Hawksley

 

Author Lucinda Hawksley talks about what it was like to live in a Victorian home and about the dangers that often lurked within. Discover how you would have fared as an inhabitant of 19th-century Britain and what your home life would have been like then.

 

Lucinda Hawksley is the author of more than 20 books, including biographies of the artists Lizzie Siddal, Kate Perugini (née Dickens) and Princess Louise, as well as Charles Dickens: A Bicentenary CelebrationMarch, Women, March: Voices of the Women's Movement and Moustaches, Whiskers & Beards. She is a regular speaker at the National Portrait Gallery in London as well as a Patron of the Charles Dickens Museum in London and of the children's charity Dickens' Gift to Yorkshire. 

 

 

 

23rd April at 6:30pm

Capturing the Dead: Victorian Post-Mortem Photography by Holly Carter Chappell

 

The Victorian use of post-mortem photography might seem morbid or even gruesome to modern eyes. In an age when photography was a special event, a portrait taken after death was often the only image that grieving relatives would have of their loved one. In this talk, Holly Carter-Chappell will examine 19th-century memorial traditions and show how there are more links with modern day practices than we might think.

 

 Holly Carter-Chappell is the Collections Assistant at the Florence Nightingale Museum and co-curated the exhibition The Hospital in the Oatfield: The Art of Nursing in the First World War.

 

 

 

Admission price for all talks £8.00 (Members of the Florence Nightingale Museum FREE) and includes a glass of wine and a chance to view the museum. To book, please contact Stephanie Tyler on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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