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Each week people from five different streets within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will have the opportunity to visit the museum for free.

To celebrate the local area Museum of Brands are giving away free tickets to local residents throughout May-September. Each week five streets in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will be announced on social media @museumofbrands. Residents of those streets can attend the museum free of charge.

The Museum of Brands was established in 1984 and takes visitors on a nostalgic journey through 200 years of social change, consumer culture and lifestyle.

The museum offers a safe day out in the heart of Notting Hill, with a one-way exhibition and social distancing measures in place. Every day from their reopening on 21 May until the 1 September 2021, all residents on specific streets per week will be able to attend the Museum’s permanent collection and temporary displays for a fun, safe and free day out.

Visitors are asked to pre book their timed slot in advance via Art Tickets using code FREET4S and show proof of address upon arrival.

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Museum of Brands

Museum Of Brands, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, Greater London, W11 1QT

020 7243 9610

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Opening times

Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm
Sun and Bank Holidays: 11am - 5pm

COVID 19 SAFETY MEASURES:

All visitors must wear masks on their visit unless medically exempt from doing so

All visitors must make use of hand sanitising stations during their visit

All visitors must stay 1m or more away from other visiting groups

Booking sizes must not exceed 6 visitors per booking

The museum reserves the right to refuse access to visitors who do not follow the above safety measures on their visit

Closed on Notting Hill Carnival Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.


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