First issued in Directions 43
Architecture sometimes presents an almost insoluble signing problem. But at the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood finding one’s way around is easy. It’s housed in a light and airy Victorian cast iron building with mezzanine and first floor galleries around three sides. Wide staircases at each side give access to these upper floors where almost all the exhibits are displayed.
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