Tower Hamlets history at The Ragged School Museum

22nd September 2000 at 01:00
The Ragged School Museum in Mile End, east London, is putting on an extensive display about the history of the area now known as the London Borough of Tower Hamlets over the past 200 years and the people who lived there. As well s photographs and objects - many on show for the first time - there are interactive displays. Open Wednesdays and Thurdays 10am-5pm and the first Sunday of ther month 2-5pm. Admission is free.

Tel: 020 8980 6405.

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