London Road, London, SE23 3PQ
Transport: Rail: Forest Hill
Times: Mon-Sun 10am-5.30pm (aquarium open 10.30am-5.30pm), closed Dec 24-26, Mar 26-Apr 30
Price: free, additional charges for the aquarium, butterfly house and some temporary exhibitions
Start Date: Tue 1st January 2019End Date: Thu 31st December 2020
An anthropological museum founded by the tea merchant Frederick John Horniman.
An anthropological museum founded by the tea merchant Frederick John Horniman set within 16-acres of gardens.
Founded by the tea merchant Frederick John Horniman, the fascinating anthropological museum is set within 16-acres of gardens and is a popular destination for families. The vast collection includes African wooden masks, head-dresses, Egyptian mummies, Polish stick puppets, Japanese shadow puppets and Punch and Judy. For an additional charge, the aquarium takes you through 15 different eco-systems.