London Sewing Machine Museum
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This tiny museum is a neat-as-a-pin tribute to the sewing machine. It houses the collection of Ray Rushton, which includes a replica of his father's sewing machine shop, and 600 gleaming examples of his wares, dating from 1829 to 1950. Look out for the star exhibit': a machine which belonged to Queen Victoria's daughter.
292-312 Balham High Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Tooting Bec|
|Price:||donations appreciated for The Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Leukaemia Research|
|Opening hours:||first Sat of every month 2-5pm|
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