Museum Of Brands, Conference Room

111-117 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QT

84% would book it again

Capacity and Layout

10 - 85

Boardroom

Boardroom

40

Classroom

Classroom

Cabaret

Cabaret

45

Theatre

Theatre

85

Restaurant

Restaurant

Open space

Open space

10

Amenities

Description

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Ratings & Reviews

Cleofe AlbanoDecember 4th, 2020

A trip back in time... Interesting artefacts during the two world wars. Make some time to spend in the garden afterwards, they have a friendly cat and peaceful environment.

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Andy CoxDecember 4th, 2020

Has two basic exhibits. One is a journey through time, looking at types of products through the years, and how the things being sold and the way they were branded changed. The other is a gallery of various well-known brands showing (and in some cases describing) how the branding changed over the years. I expected the second exhibit to be the whole museum and was pleasantly surprised by the first exhibit. You may not enjoy this if you are not at least somewhat into both design and history, but if you are... boy have I got the museum for you.

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Lisa LeightonDecember 4th, 2020

Nice little museum. A little out of the way but worth the trip. The exhibit is designed like a long hall that leads you through different eras. It could use an occasional seat for people who have trouble standing for long periods.

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John McculloghDecember 4th, 2020

Peter Opie's childhood hobby of collecting wrappers, packaging and old advertisements has given a real treasure trove to us all. Sounds geeky, but it is excellent and well worth visiting. A trip down memory lane for older people, and an eye opener for younger people. You will land up spending much more time there than you expected.

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JnibDecember 4th, 2020

Interesting place to reminisce and remind yourself of products and cultural items from your youth. The museum has a surprisingly large collection arranged by era in a 'time tunnel' There are also displays of products by Brand showing how the branding has developed or resisted change over time. The coffee shop is pleasant and offers a good selection of refreshments. The entrance price is quite expensive for the size of the museum. Not particularly good for children as the displays are primarily just that, no opportunity to play or interact in any way, but a must see place for anyone studying packaging design or product branding or product management.

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