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There are a few unusual museums in London, the first being the Ragged School Museum (46–50 Copperfield Road, London E3 4RR). It is a replica of a Victorian school and has lessons open to the public on the first Sunday of every month from 2 to 5pm. Actors dress up in full costume to give you the complete experience of what it would have been like in a Victorian school in London. Donations need to be given for the class to take place. More unusual museums in London are the Museum of Freemasonry (Freemasons’ Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, WC2B 5AZ, £10). Don't worry, though, you won't be expected to do the secret handshake before you go inside and The Churchill War Rooms (King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ). The latter is hidden underground and is in a real bunker that was used in World War II. We love the fact that this museum is so unusual. Museums in London are often free but The Churchill War Rooms, which is dedicated to Winston Churchill's life and explores different aspects of World War II, costs £19.

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