not miss a cultural outing during a visit to London. This capital city has a huge cultural center. But besides the great state museums and there are unique and authentic small museums for a specific audience. An example is the Comic Strip Museum. This museum exhibits the vast history of the comic book. Not only for lovers of comic books this museum is a must for everyone, this museum is more than worthwhile. This museum is for young an old a perfect day out.
History Stripmuseum London
A stone’s throw from the British Museum to find the Comic Museum of London. In 1988, a group of comic book lovers and collectors the “The Cartoon Art Trust ‘ in order to capture the cultural value of this art form. In 2006, the group opened the Comic Museum. In total, the museum has a library of more than five thousand copies strip.
The museum tries as clear and complete picture to create the British comics and comic art from the 18th century to the contemporary comic strip art .
The museum is located in the heart of London and is located on Little Russell Street. The museum is open six days a week and the museum is closed on Monday for public. The fee is only seven pounds and there are special reductions for students. Anyone under 18 can visit the museum free of charge.
Besides the standard collection, the museum has also always changing exhibitions. In this way they try to create more complete picture of contemporary comic art. So there have been exhibitions on comic books are British novels and “Heroes and Villains” in the comics. For information on the latest exhibitions is wise to leave the museum at the site consultation.
So for anyone looking for a fun and cultural getaway in London. Or for those looking for an authentic museum is the Strip Museum of London is the perfect solution. This museum is worth for all ages very well and is a unique concept for archiving and display of comic art.