On Tuesday 12th February, Years 5 and 6 visited the Horniman Museum in south London. We saw loads of interesting artefacts from around the world, focusing on the British Empire. We were lucky enough to see mummy bandages, an elephant’s molar and a torture chair really close-up. Most of the things had been originally collected by Frederick Horniman, who was a wealthy tea-trader at the height of the British Empire.
There was also a really lovely park outside where some interesting animals like llamas were kept.
We had a really great day out and would highly recommend it as a place to visit.