Bethnal Green Museum

Bethnal Green Museum .—This is really a branch of the South Kensington Museum, and is situated not far from Shoreditch Church.  It is accessible by omnibus from most parts of the City and the West End, and is not far distant from Victoria Park.  It was formally opened, in 1872, by the Prince and Princess of Wales.  At the present, its great attraction is the picture gallery; but it promises to become as popular as any museum in London, especially as technical information will become an essential feature of its future existence.  It is open under the same regulations as are observed at the South Kensington Museum.