Vestry House Museum

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London has been very popular as a tourist spot all over the world. Every year, millions of travelers and visitors go to this city for leisure and business as well. people who are on business trip to London like the idea that they go there not only to do something about their main purpose in going there but can do some leisure activities during their free time or want to extend their stay in this beautiful city. This only means that there are a lot of things to do here that is why many people want to visit London every now and then as long as they have time and enough budgets.

Aside from the numerous popular tourist attractions such as the London Eye, Tower of London and many more, museums have captured the attentions of a lot of visitors and travelers. One of the museums in London is the Vestry House Museum that is located on the outer edge within the Church End village in London. This museum is at present the residence of the Local History Museum intended for the Waltham Forest Borough. Even if the entire place is about 300 yards square only, it has eight significant historical monuments that include three of the most aged buildings in Walthamstow.

The Vestry House is a huge two storey brick construction built by the command of the local authorities in 1730. Not only a significant seat intended for the local government but the Vestry House was a Centre of religious and social life as well since this is the only parish found in Walthamstow during that time. These days, the Vestry House seeks to take good care of the collections and archives of the Waltham Forest. The Museum has a broad variety of precious items divided into different sections like the workhouse garden, costumes, toys and games, wooden paneling that portray the previous citizens’ domestic life in Waltham.

Address: Vestry Rd
Phone: +44 2 85091917

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