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Please see the website for up to date information. Just around the corner from the world-famous Portobello Road Market stands a unique, Aladdin's cave of retro design and memories - the only museum of its kind in the whole world. Imagine walking...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
111-117 Lancaster Road | Notting Hill, London W11 1QT, England
This is one of my favourite museums ever! Endlessly fascinating and well worth a visit. So much to see and unlike any other museum I have ever been to, it also has the most beautiful and peaceful secluded garden.
Third visit to tips wonderful museum - the history of branding and packaging dating from early 1900’s to present day. Absolutely brilliant and nostalgic - it will transport you back to your childhood with excited fascination. A must do when in London
Before taking in the exhibits, I decided to grab a coffee in the museum cafe - I sat out in the garden to the rear of the museum and it was an hidden gem!
I was also adopted by a beautiful black cat, whom I...More
Been recommended this museum and was not disappointed. A lovely trip through time seeing how packing has changed throughout the years. Shame no photography but understandable. Maybe a more detailed brochure could be printed to show other people who would like to go to see...More
My husband chose this museum and I was sceptical. However really enjoyed. Was a fascinating insight into the growth of our consumer society. It is well presented and gives enough information to ensure you can see the links between the social changes and products available....More
The museum's name has three ingredients : brands, packaging and advertisement. A tall order which raises expectations. I had expected this museum to be something which would enlighten corporates , business houses and traders. But I got a pleasant surprise when I found that the...More
I work in the advertising/media industry so when I heard there was a museum dedicated to packaging, branding and advertising (in Notting Hill no less) I had to check it out. Suffice to say, I’m so happy I did as not only did it tickle...More
I went with 5 lecturers who teach business to see what this was like and had an enjoyable time where we all reminisced on our childhood. Ages ranged from late 60s to 30s. This would be a good place for a short visit for those...More
As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.
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The museum is fairly small in parts but I would suggest you contact them in advance as they hold many events with large groups of people and would be best placed to advise you. The staff are all extremely welcoming and... More
The museum is fairly small in parts but I would suggest you contact them in advance as they hold many events with large groups of people and would be best placed to advise you. The staff are all extremely welcoming and helpful.
Hi! The museum is quite small and a lot of your time is spent in one place looking at the displays, would definitley advice you to go in groups of 10 at least 20 mins apart from eachother. there is two parts of the museum... More
Hi! The museum is quite small and a lot of your time is spent in one place looking at the displays, would definitley advice you to go in groups of 10 at least 20 mins apart from eachother. there is two parts of the museum, so you could ask that yous start at opposite ends.