I had a fantastic day on Saturday, be able to conduct 3 different visits:
The Foundling Hospital in the morning;
Dickens and London, at The Museum of London, in the afternoon; and
Tate Modern in the evening.
It still feels as if three days were crammed into one and so I am currently still processing and unpacking it all. To assist in my ongoing reflections I am going to reflect on each of the individual visits in subsequent posts.
It was good that it was possible to allow some time and space between each visit so that I could be assimilate them and so that it did not all merge together. I found Dickens and London to be surpassingly crowded, given that it was timed admission by tickets costing over £5; but I really enjoyed the atmosphere of Tate Modern in the evening, which was well supported but not over crowded. It gave me somewhat of a thrill to spend a Saturday evening at Tate Modern, that remained open till 10pm.