- The Museum in Docklands documents the history of London's river and port, from the Roman settlement of the port to the recent regeneration of it. It is located in a 19th-century warehouse at West India Quay, which was originally used to house exotic spices, rum and cotton. It now holds varied objects, from whale bones to World War II gas masks. The museum has twelve state-of-the-art galleries including 'Mudlarks', an interactive educational area for children and 'Sailortown' a re-creation of the streets and alleyways of riverside Wapping. This will be an enjoyable excursion, it has something for every family member and do remember to check out the museum bar and restaurant.
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