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London attractions: Sing to the tune of British Music Museum

Published: Friday 24th of May 2013

If you've got a good taste for music and are seeking things to do in London, why not take a trip to the British Music museum?

Just about every genre you can think of is contained in some way, each coming complete with its own memorabilia and relics from some of Britain's most famous bands.

In addition to exhibitions and displays, you can browse the People's Songs Gallery, which is now open to guests.

The gallery was featured on BBC Radio 2, which broadcast its landmark series The People's Songs with presenter Stuart Maconie hosting, who also wrote the songs.

This is one of the many claims to fame of this attraction. The museum itself is in many ways the 'who's who' of music, and any artist of note is likely to be featured here in some form.

So if you fancy ever taking a nostalgic and educational tour of the tunes that will take you on a trip right down memory lane, then this is surely the place to be.

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Posted by Kevin Smith

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