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The Wallace Collection

I recently paid a visit to the Wallace Collection. Slightly hidden away in central London it’s a museum in a town house displaying a collection of artwork, furniture, armour and porcelain.


The collection was bequeathed to the nation in 1897 by Lady Wallace and was amassed by over five generations of the family. Below is a selection of some of the items you can see at the collection. The collection is free to visit but largely relies on its own income generation to keep going, so I’d encourage you to visit if you get the chance.

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