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Event space opens at Museum in Docklands

Published: Thursday 3rd of July 2008

Museum in Docklands opened its new Muscovado Hall event space in grand style earlier this year, with apples and pears flavoured gin cocktails and much British fanfare.

Now, those visiting the museum as part of their London sightseeing can marvel at the beauty of the room's original pitch pine columns, exposed brickwork and authentic wooden floors for themselves.

This month, Museum in Docklands celebrates its fifth birthday and tonight the facility's Jack the Ripper and the East End exhibition is staying open late on July 3rd to enable visitors to the capital city to avoid queues and enjoy a rather macabre London attraction.

Museum in Docklands is hosting the first exhibition dedicated to the late-Victorian era in which Jack the Ripper roamed the streets of London.

Visitors to London are urged to: "Step back in time to the labyrinth of late-Victorian Whitechapel and uncover the human stories behind the sensational reports and explore the lives of the victims, witnesses, suspects and police."

London Pass holders can receive free entry to Museum in Docklands.

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