British cartoon and comic art are available to everyone at the Cartoon Museum. Whether you want to laugh out loud have a quiet exploration and check out the British sense of humour. Check out the permanent exhibition of the history of cartoons, comics and caricatures, in Central London. Enjoy extra discounts at the entrance with a discount with your London Pass. If you are looking for a place to stay check- in our warm and pleasant three star hotel in Central London. Hyde Park Hotels is located in Paddington, Central London. Westpoint hotel, Abbey court hotel and Aspen Apartments are extremely close from various free museums. So, after your laughs at the Cartoon Museum, you can head straight to the British Museum and devote a part of your time to human history and culture.
If you are interested in Art and Design visit the Design Museum located by Tower Bridge. This museum offers inspirational insights into the design, from architecture to fashion. Travel to the Design Museum only takes 10 minutes by tube. If you are passionate about advertising or brands, you do not want to miss Museum of Brands, Packing and Advertising located in Notting Hill. From our three star hotel, it is only a 15 minute bus journey. There are 12,000 unique items in this Museum, and the story teaches us what changes from Victorian times to the present day.
So book with Hyde Park Hotels, get a big smile and learn a bit more about London history.
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