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London attractions: All the family will love London Brass Rubbing Centre
Published: Tuesday 19th of February 2013
There is no need to worry for people who have never tried brass rubbing before, as helpful staff are on hand to guide everyone through the process.
Visitors can choose from a selection of 90 replica brasses on offer - all of which are delightfully English. There are ladies in glamorous costume, St George and the dragon and famous Bard William Shakespeare among others.
Not only is creating the art therapeutic and fun, visitors will also have something to take home at the end to show their friends and family.
What's more, on Thursdays to Saturdays the cafe, shop and Brass Rubbing Centre are open until 22.00 GMT. This means that while the kids are having fun with their artwork, mums and dads can relax with a glass of wine in the cafe.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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