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The Cartoon Museum

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Obviously Bloomsbury is home to the British Museum, which has the largest and most comprehensive permanent collection in existence and tells the entire history of everything ever. It’s free – as are all big museums in the UK – and is worth it. But if you can’t be bothered to spend a day glaring at stolen colonial plunder then head to something a bit more manageable, like the tiny Cartoon Museum round the corner. It’ll introduce you to a very British tradition of cartooning, from political satire (Private Eye) through scatological nonsense (Viz) to graphic novels (Alan Moore’s V For Vendetta). 

영업 시간:
For the opening hours, check their website

지역:
63 Wells Street, London, W1A 3AE, England