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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour

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Discover the haunted side of London on a virtual ghost tour that reveals haunted houses, cemeteries, and harrowing historic tales. A great way to learn more about London without leaving the security of your own home, this tour includes an array of interesting details from your guide. Plus, interactive quizzes keep you engaged and ensure you don’t get bored. All tour times are in the British Summer Time timezone.
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Amy C wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom254 contributions136 helpful votes
Museum that showed the dark and light of Jewish life in the UK especially world war 2 which saw about 6 million Jews die for no good reason but their nationally
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Peter J wrote a review Feb 2020
Chichester, United Kingdom418 contributions158 helpful votes
Visited this museum in order to see the Charlotte Saloman exhibition. The paintings were displayed in rather darkened rooms which made it somewhat difficult for me to see them that well. There was a slide show documenting her paintings and life which showed them in their true beauty though.The rest of the museum was interesting though. The cafe is functional and the cafe staff rather grumpy.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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IQQ wrote a review Feb 2020
Rockville, Maryland199 contributions64 helpful votes
The museum is Nice. It does a good job at presenting Judaism and the history of Jews in the UK. If you are already familiar with Judaism and are interested in the Jewish history of the UK you will probably enjoy much more taking the London Walks Jewish tour of London City and East side. If you are, However, not familiar with Judaism this museum is a very good option.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sandra S wrote a review Feb 2020
Maringa, PR14 contributions1 helpful vote
A rich place that makes us think about religion, tradition, migration, life and death. It makes us remember that the history of mankind is made of people and their actions... Definitely worth the visit!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mark Benjamin L wrote a review Jan 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates555 contributions201 helpful votes
I went shortly after Christmas to see the exhibition of the Life ? or Theatre ? epic work of Charlotte Salomon . I have never seen anything quite like it before and I thought it was wonderful . It comprises both painting ( in gouache ) and writing along with notes on pieces of music which the artist had in mind when creating specific pieces of the work . I can see that there could be a further step to celebrating this wonderful work - whereby a film maker and a composer might link together to create a film of each painting , perhaps coibined with frames of locations ( Berlin , South of France, Auswitz ) where Charlotte Salomon was at various stages of her troubled life , and using both the music which she envisaged and maybe newly composed work appropriate to the context . In any event this is an exhibition which all good people should do all they can to visit .
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Date of experience: December 2019
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