Friday, 12 January 2018

Museum of Brands

Just around the corner from the world-famous Portobello Road Market stands a treasure trove of retro design and memories.
Imagine walking through galleries full to the brim with oddities and wonders alike, where every corner you turn leads you into a different decade.

You’ll see Rimmel cosmetics from the 1890s, First World War Oxo Cubes, Mars Bars, Rolos and KitKats from the 1930s, a 1970s Chopper Bike and around 12,000 other items that will open your eyes to the way we lived and shopped.
About us
The Museum’s current site in Lancaster Road, Notting Hill represents the third phase in the Museum’s evolution. With increasing visitor numbers each year and more events and education services, the Museum continues to thrive. We present the collection of consumer historian Robert Opie, assembled over half a century. 
1963: First item in collection is acquired – a packet of Munchies from a vending machine in Inverness.
1975: First exhibition, The Pack Age: A Century of Wrapping It Up opens at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
1984-2001: The Museum of Packaging and Advertising is open to the public in Gloucester.
1999: Opie’s Museum of Memories opens on Wigan Pier.
2002: The Museum becomes a registered charity (no 1093536). 
2005: The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising opens in London with the
help of pi Global.
2015: The Museum relocates to larger premises at 111-117 Lancaster Road, W11 1QT.
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Adults (includes gift aid):
Children (7 - 16):                 
Under 7s
National Trust Partner*:
50% discount to members
10% discount to groups of 10 or more (pre-booking required)
Carer for disabled guest:  
* Concessions include over 60's, Students with valid ID and Freedom Pass holders  
* National Trust discount is not valid in conjunction with any other offer
ANNUAL Concession  

Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10am - 6pm
11am - 5pm
Except Bank Holidays