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The V&A offers a range of facilities to make your visit more enjoyable. Entry to the Museum is free and people with disabilities are entitled to a concession rate to V&A exhibitions with free admission for up to two carers/friends. All V&A events are accessible to disabled people, including BSL interpretation and other support as required, advanced booking is essential. All assistance dogs are welcome.

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English Pottery 1620-1840

English Pottery 1620-1840

An informed and accessible account of the evolution of English ceramics over 200 years. This new study is one of the first to give a broad picture of …

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Europe 1600–1815 in-gallery Audio Guide

Planning a visit to the new Europe 1600-1815 galleries? Don't forget to access our free in-gallery audio guide. Use your phone or tablet to listen to music or uncover incredible stories related to a range of magnificent objects in the galleries.

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Event - Science Museum's Medical Collections - Tour 2

Tue 16 February 2016 11:00–12:30

Containing over 100,000 objects from the combined collections of the Wellcome Trust and Science Museum, its storerooms reflect the history of medicine across culture, time and place. As less than five per cent of the collection is on display to the public, this will be a unique opportunity to discover the scale, breadth and inimitably quirky nature of the items amassed by Sir Henry Wellcome – from ornate ceramic pharmacy jars to ingenious prosthetic appliances.

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