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Take part in a Victorian school lesson!
Ragged schools were some of the very first public schools in Britain and they provided teaching, food and clothes for destitute children.
The Ragged School Museum is in the East End and it looks at the experiences of the children who attended the school!
There’s also a complete recreation of a ragged classroom and an Edwardian kitchen.
Plus! On the first Sunday of every month, visitors can attend a Victorian lesson reenactment.
Address: 46-50 Copperfield Road, Bow, London, E3 4RR
Price: FREE (£2 suggested donation for the lesson)