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Ever fancied yourself as something of a cartoonist?
Well now you can have a go at the Cartoon Museum!
There is an amazing trip through the history of cartoons, starting with really early eighteenth-century high society types right through the 20th century and on the the present day!
On the second floor you’ll spot all of the familiar characters like Dennis The Menace, Rupert the Bear and loads more! There are around 3,000 books in their catalogue for you to look through too!
Plus, during the holidays you can even have a go at creating cartoons yourself at one of the animation workshops!
Address: 35 Little Russell St, London, WC1A 2HH
Times: Mon-Sat 10.30am-5.30pm, Sun noon-5.30pm
Price: £7, £5 concs, £3 students, free under-18s