Time Out says
Walk in the shoes of a Suffragette and experience what it was like for those campaigning for suffrage in London at this immersive experience from the National Trust. The experience focuses on Lillian Ball, a dressmaker and mother from Tooting, who was arrested for smashing a window in 1912. Explore a re-created Women's Social and Political Union headquarters, explore the depths of the London Pavilion and Piccadilly Circus, one of the most important areas of Suffragette activity, and complete tasks confronting the difficult decisions faced by those in the movement. Find out more here.