Museum of London at London Wall. Credit: Infernalfox

Museum of London announces plan to relocate to Smithfield General Market

31 Mar 2015 | Finance | Alice Sharman
Tags: Property

The Museum of London has revealed plans to relocate to Smithfield General Market from its current home on London Wall by 2021, after the number of visitors doubled in recent years.


Museum of London announces plan to relocate to Smithfield General Market

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