The Museum of Brands

The Museum of Brands in Notting Hill in London is offering a 20 per cent discount on introductory talks for groups visiting in January.

The Museum of Brands brings together a history of consumer culture together with over 15,000 original items, from Rimmel cosmetics from the 1890s to KitKats from the 1930s and a 1970s Chopper Bike on display.

Groups visiting can gain a fascinating insight into the history of brands in Britain. The Introductory Talk available at the museum gives an overview of the key themes and stories told within the Museum of Brands’ collection.

To benefit from the discount, which is only available in January, group travel organisers should use the quote JANOFFER when booking.

What’s on at the Museum of Brands in January?

Groups visiting the Museum of Brands in January will also be able to enjoy the exhibitions 250 Years of Jigsaws and The Graphics of Punk.

The Graphics of Punk exhibition, which is currently running until 29th January, looks at the variety of graphic art that stemmed from an era of anti-establishment sentiment in the 1970s. A major part of the exhibition are the record sleeves and posters that promoted the music of the Sex Pistols, a band whose music dominated the punk movement.

Meanwhile, 250 Years of Jigsaws will run from 15th December to the end of April 2017. The exhibition will celebrate the jigsaw puzzle with 250 jigsaws dating back to 1766 on display reflecting the social history of Britain over the past 250 years and looking at topics such as royal occasions, transport and technology, wars and battles, film and pop stars and television programmes.

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