The Geffrye Museum is dedicated to English interior and gardening. Visiting it somewhat reminiscent of going to IKEA, but only a thousand times more interesting. Here you can trace the major architectural styles popular among the representatives of the British middle class starting from the XVI century. Besides colorful graphics and interiors as such, you can listen to the stories about living in a particular period people, poems dedicated to the English garden, or arguments about the importance of women in the house. Children will enjoy the exhibition with the analysis of commonly used materials and types of wood, fabric and so on. The museum has a beautiful garden with herbs and spices.