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London attractions: Discover the other side of household favourites at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
Published: Monday 22nd of April 2013
Here you will be taken on an amazing journey to discover how brand names such as Kelloggs, Cadbury's, Oxo, and others developed into the sensations they are today.
But the museum is more than just a collection of marketing history. It is a treasurehouse of toys, paintings, artifacts and exhibitions that in some way have helped to shape the way we think of our goods today.
Over 12,000 original items are featured and the stories behind their creation, and the people who created them, will help you to gain unique first-hand knowledge of big brands that few people have access to.
This is the other side of branding and you may be amazed at what you uncover. The museum has also been known to feature drawings and artworks by independent artists who have some involvement with major brands.
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