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Please note that our visits are for Merton U3A members only.
When booking, please provide a separate cheque for each event.

26 March 2019 The Freud Museum is the final home of pioneering psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna. The family came to England in 1938 as refugees following the Nazi annexation of Austria and Freud spent the last year of his life here. In his new home, he recreated his study and consulting room, much as it had been in Vienna. It remained the family home until Anna’s death in 1982.
17 April 2019 Dating from 1894, the Victorian Gothic Tower Bridge is one of London’s iconic structures. Despite its mock medieval cladding, it contains 11,000 tons of steel and sophisticated engineering raises its middle portion to allow tall ships through.
16 May 2019 Syon House is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland and has been in the Percy family for 400 years. The house boasts one of the finest Robert Adam interiors in the country and has a magnificent collection of paintings and furniture.
21 Junel 2019 Docklands Museum is in an area of London that has dramatically changed over the years from the dark and dangerous “Sailortown” of Wapping in the 1850’s to its current modern and vibrant community.


LIST OF VISITS 2009 onwards

This list is meant to prompt suggestions for future visits, which are always welcome. Venues must be easily accessible by public transport (one change from Wimbledon permitted), and preferably offer a guided tour or presentation for groups that is not available for individuals.

2009

May The Langdon Down Trust Centre
June Whitelands College at Roehampton
July Fulham Palace
August Broadcasting House
September Linley Sambourne House
October Bank of England Museum
October Guildford and Clandon Park
November Whitechapel Art Gallery

2010

February Royal Mint
March Government Art Collection
April Geffrye Museum and gardens
June Musical Museum Brentford
July London Fire Brigade Museum
September Leighton House Museum
October National Theatre, Backstage
November Saatchi Gallery and the National Army Museum Gallery

2011

February The Foundling Museum
March The Hotung Gallery at the British Museum
April Kenwood
May Buckingham Palace Gardens (canc)
May Chiswick House and Gardens
June Globe Theatre Tour and Exhibition
July The Hunterian Museum
August 7, Hammersmith Terrace
September The Palace of Westminster and The Jewel Tower
October The Guildhall Art Gallery
November Bank of England Museum

2012

February The Supreme Court of the UK
March The Women’s Library
March Museum of the Order of St. John
April M.C.C., Lord’s Ground
May Museum of London
May Stanley Picker
June The Design Museum
July The De Morgan Centre
August Buckingham Palace
September Stanley Picker, Poppy Factory, Supreme Court
October The Jewish Museum of London
November The National Archives at Kew

2013

February Wesley's Chapel
March Amongst Heroes: the Artist in working Cornwall
April Kew Gardens, The Charterhouse
May The Freud Museum
June Royal Hospital Chelsea
July Brooklands Museum
August Buckingham Palace
October London City Walk
October Houses of Parliament
December Big Ben
   
2014  
   
January Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
February Big Ben
March The Reform Club
April Fishmongers Hall
May Royal Courts of Justice
May Chelsea Physic Garden
June Broadcasting House
July Fulham Palace
September Whitechapel Bell Foundry
October The Old Palace, Croydon.
November Strawberry Hill
   
2015  
January Florence Nightingale Museum
February Ragged School Museum
March Geffrye Museum
March Museum of the Order of St John
April 2 Temple Place
May Regent's Park Mosque
June Musical Museum, Kew
July The Globe Theatre
August Bevis Marks Synagogue
September Blitz tour organised by Museum of London
October The Art of the Garden at the Queen's Gallery
November Sir John Soane's Museum
   
2016  
January Watermen's Hall
February Maritime Greenwich
March The Royal Institute of British Architects HQ
April Charleston
April The Wallace Collection
June Westminster Cathedral
July The Charterhouse
August The Supreme Court
September St Bartholomew's Hospital
October Royal Albert Hall
November Royal School of Needlework
December Somerset House
   
2017  
January Freemason's Hall
February Clothworkers' Company
March College and Museum of Optometrists
April Twickenham Stadium
May Warren House
June Spencer House
July Vintners Hall
August National Theatre backstage
September Dorich House Museum
October Royal College of Physicians
November Goldsmiths' Hall
December St Pancras Hotel
   
2018  
January The Cinema Museum
February Normansfield
March Fuller's Brewery
April Skinners Hall
August Brooklands Museum
July Kneller Hall
August Royal Hospital Chelsea
September Eltham Palace
October Drapers' Hall
November Dr Johnson's house
December Theatre Royal
 
2019  
January Palace of Westminster
February Guildhall Art Gallery
March Freud Museum
April Tower Bridge
May Syon House
June Docklands Museum

 

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