Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising

Museums, History Ladbroke Grove
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Roll up, roll up! The Museum of Brands has found itself a glam new home; still in Notting Hill but now with extra added space for its seemingly endless collection of wrappers, posters, toys, boxes and general collectibles. The main part of the display is the ‘time tunnel’, a maze of dark cabinets that are stuffed with colourful curios arranged in date order. With the arrival of each new decade an information panel helps to put the changing designs and new fashions into context. A highlight – literally light thanks to a sunny, south-facing gallery room – is a sort of shrine to a few particularly recognisable brands. One cabinet holds every iteration of can and bottle produced by Guinness, another is packed with cereal boxes from Kellogg’s, even Brasso gets its moment to , *ahem*, shine. This is a museum that will appeal to any lover of stuff, a nostalgia-stuffed tribute to the many, many things we buy.

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Venue name: Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising
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Address: 111-117 Lancaster Road
Lonsdale Rd
London
W11 1QT
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm (last adm 45mins before closing); closed Mons except bank hols
Transport: Tube: Ladbroke Grove
Price: £9 adults, £7 concs, £5 children (7-16), free under-7s, £24 family (2 adults + up to 5 children), groups 10% discount to groups of 10 or more (pre-booking required)
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