The Award winning Museum is housed in three Victorian canalside warehouses, converted in 1877 by Dr Thomas Barnardo into a "ragged" or free school where children could gain a basic education.
The museum has several gallery areas, a reconstructed Victorian Classroom and a Victorian East End Kitchen displaying its own collection of historical objects, all designed for hands-on inspection. This is a museum where you can sit at the school desks, use the tin bath and experience what life was like for the Victorian poor of the East End of London.
Prior permission required.
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