The Museum of London will be marking the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London with a big new exhibition that tells the story of this infamous disaster.
You'll be able to peer into a recreated Pudding Lane and learn how the fire took hold, and started to spread, and how the city eventually rose from the ashes.
There will be plenty of 17th-century artefacts on show, and eye-witness stories from some of the Londoners who lived through it.
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Craig’s review – “The Museum of London tells the story of the city all the way back to the bones and stones of the prehistoric era. The only animals we have walking around Trafalgar Square these days are pigeons and squirrels, but back then we had a plain full of hippos and elephants. They've dug up monkey bones, lions, bison, bears... it was better than London Zoo! When you visit as… continued”
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