The Museum of London ★★☆
The history of London Town from prehistoric times to the 21C, told in artifacts, scale models, archaeological finds, photographs, and paintings
Loads of exhibits on the history of London Town from prehistoric times through the Roman, Saxon, Medieval, Tudor, and Stuart eras and up to the 21st century.
The collections range from artifacts to scale models, archaeological finds to photographs, paintings to past fashions.
Best of all, it's all free.
One of the most famous exhibits is the gilded Lord Mayor's State Coach, created in 1757 for incoming Lord Mayor Sir Charles Asgill by Sir Robert Taylor for the princely sum of £860 (a cool £12 million in today's pounds).