This museum in Calais is one of two lace museums in France. It is a former 19th century lace factory dedicated to the glory of Calais lace–making heritage. It was once Calais’s most sought after product worn by royalty and used as a symbol of wealth and statue.
The amazing collection includes:
15,000 sample books
10,000 lace pieces
10,000 fashion magazines
1000s of items of tooling and industrial equipment
9 looms – five still working and used for demonstrations
When I visited there was a special exhibition to Hubert D. Givenchy.
I went to the Science Museum yesterday and took these photos.
Pictures from a visit to the Wellcome Collection.
Here are some photos from a recent visit to the British Museum with friends. The last picture is something that surprised us – when we asked for soup it came with three tiny pieces of bread (instead of a normal-sized bread roll) but a bowl full of sugar!
Pictures from a visit to Petri Museum.
Pictures from a visit to the National Portrait Gallery.
I went to Tate Modern today and also saw the new extension, which is 10 floors high.