The Geffrye Museum
The Traditional Paint Forum is proud to be working together with the Geffrye Museum again after our conference in 2009. The Geffrye Museum specialises in the history of the English domestic interior.The main body of the museum is housed in the Grade I-listed almshouses of the Ironmongers’ Company, built in 1714. The museum shows the changing style of the English domestic interior in a series of eleven displayed period rooms from 1600 to the present day. The emphasis is on the furnishings, pictures, and ornaments of the urban middle classes of London. There will be time in the programme to explore the period rooms.
The Geffrye Museum of the Home
136 Kingsland Road
London E2 8EA
Overground: Hoxton Station (directly behind the museum)
Tube: Old Street (Subway 2), then bus 243 or a 15 minute walk
Tube: Liverpool Street, then bus 149 or 242 or a 20 minute walk
Rail: Liverpool Street
Buses: 67, 149, 242, 243, 394
Cycling: 8 cycle stands, inside the main entrance
Cycle docking station – Falkirk Street and Geffrye Street, Hoxton
There is very limited meter parking locally. Parking for disabled visitors is available in front of the museum for up to three hours between 10am – 4pm.
On arrival at the Geffrye, please make your way to the museum entrance, and proceed to the lecture room. Lunch will be served in the Art Room, located on the lower floor. There is lift access to lower floor.
More information at http://www.geffrye-museum.org.uk/visit/map/
Post conference drinks
From 17:45 onwards, please join us at the Howl at the Moon pub for drinks and a burger.
178 Hoxton Street, N1 5LH
More information at http://hoxtoncrafthouse.com/