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Ragged School Museum

Located on the banks of the Regent's Canal in Mile End, in three canal warehouses with a fascinating past, the Ragged School Museum, the museum of the East End, is truly one of London's treasures. The building was run by Dr Barnardo from 1877 to 1908 as London's largest free school for poor children.

The museum offers something for all ages including the Victorian Lesson for schools. The Lesson is open to all visitors on the first Sunday of each month on a first come first served basis. The first lesson starts at 11:30, the second lesson starts at 12:45.

The Ragged Café, open during visitor hours, is accessible from Copperfield Road and the Regent’s Canal.

Admission £5 and £2.50 concessions & TH residents.
Family ticket £10.
The Museum is open Wednesday to Sunday 10am - 5pm.

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