The Hackney Museum is a local history museum located in, and celebrating, one of the most culturally diverse areas of Europe, which investigates the nature of immigration through objects, interactive displays, computer programs and oral-history recordings. Among an eclectic mix of artefacts and images are Daniel Defoe’s tombstone, a propaganda sheet from Nazi Germany, a Victorian fireplace and a Galatasaray football shirt. Hands-on children's activities include the chance to load up a Saxon ship, try on period costumes and make Victorian matchboxes in a rave against the clock.
|Venue name:||Hackney Museum||Contact:|
Hackney Technology and Learning Centre
1 Reading Lane
|Opening hours:||9.30am-5.30pm Tue, Wed, Fri; 9.30am-8pm Thur; 10am-5pm Sat; closed Sun, Mon|
|Transport:||Rail: Hackney Central|