Mrs Antil’s Apartment loves Horniman Museum conservatory


As a pretty as a sweet cake, the lead and iron conservatory sits alongside Horniman Museum in the gardens – built in 1894 for Frederick John Horniman’s home, it is beautifully elegant, and very worth while a visit – take tea in there and you’ll feel like one of those lady people! Much better when there aren’t too many loud children around though, it just doesn’t feel the same then. Nothing wrong with children, ok…nothing wrong with some children, just the conservatory is a grown up place or like an indoor secret garden depending on your view point.


About Anita in Mrs Antil's Apartment

I am female, I love to feel free, I love to walk and explore, and I love animals and I want to find out more about them. Spending time with
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