Jan 25
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Feb 28

The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in London

12:00pm – 10:00pm
£8.00 (on the door)

Far from London, in deepest Cornwall lurks the creepy attraction The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. For fans of the occult, the witching hour (or rather, months) has arrived as TMOWAM takes up spooky residency in east London ‘haunt’ The Viktor Wynd Museum, of Curiosities.

There, you can find items from the Cornwall museum’s vast (one of the largest in the world) witchcraft collection. You can see an exhibition of photographs at ‘Of Shadows: One Hundred Objects from The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic’ as well as strange artefacts like a Witch Mirror, a waxen cursed poppet, spells, charms and items from a Black Magician’s alter.

Note from the venue if you’re planning on visiting the exhibition:

“We are delighted by the great interest in this exhibition. Please note that as a small venue we are very limited in our capacity. For the best viewing experience, it is strongly suggested to visit during the week Wednesday-Friday as this gallery space is also used as the main seating area of our cocktail bar. Saturdays & Sundays will be extremely busy with limited access.”

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