Museum of London has over 1300 exhibits, which include The Temple of Mithra’s built in 240-50 AD. The Temple was excavated by W. F. Grimes (1905-1988). Mithra The Persian (Modern day Iran) God of sun, Justice, Contract, and War was popular with Roman soldiers on the British frontier.
Open: Monday to Sunday 10 am – 6 pm, Galleries begin to close at 5:40 pm.
Where is the Museum of London? It is a 9 minute walk from Barbican Station in zone 1. Barbican serves the Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City lines.
What is nearby? St Paul’s Cathedral 7 mins, Smithfield Market 8 mins, Barbican Centre 11 mins, Postman’s Park 3 mins.
Did you know? 125,000 years ago hippos lived in Trafalgar Square!