Museums, Art and Cocktails: Mbang's Trip to London 🇬🇧 🍸
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This is ideally the meeting point for trip mates, it can also be an opportunity to network. On the first day, the group will converge at the accommodation which is located in Greater London, we will get to know one another perhaps through simple card/board games. London is one of England's most popular destinations for a summer holiday. It has all the buzz and character of a contemporary British City 😍
Horniman Museum and Gardens
The Horniman Museum and Gardens is located in Forest Hill, South East London. The original Horniman Museum building was opened to the public on 29 June 1901 by the Duke of Fife, Lord-Lieutenant of the County of London. Frederick Horniman started collecting in 1851, the year of the Great Exhibition at Hyde Park. The displays include ancient pottery, European armour and items of natural history from Surrey House.
Bank of England Museum
The Bank of England Museum has a unique selection of displays and exhibits, covering its role in maintaining monetary and financial stability. Some of the exhibitions such as "Slavery and The Bank" explores the history of transatlantic slavery through its connections with the Bank of England and the wider City of London.
The London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel. On the London Eye, we will experience 360° moving views from the heart of the city of London. We will get close to London's iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, we can even see as far as Windsor Castle!
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Mbang enjoys compelling other culture "gate keepers" to explore the world and see - firsthand - what it is like to live as a native, and be one with other cultures!Profile description: Mbang enjoys compelling other culture "gate keepers" to explore the world and see - firsthand - what it is like to live as a native, and be one with other cultures!