This place is awesome! They've recently moved to a new location in Notting Hill, which is a bit of trek from Central London, but it's well worth the visit. The set up is interesting you can go through the decades to see all the popular products, but there are also some displays of certain products that you can see change through time. If you have the time, take a chance a stop here, you won't be disappointed!
The Museum of Brand, Packaging and Advertising is located a few minutes'walk from the Radcliffe Metro Station, turning right from the station to Lancaster Road. Including a series of incredible brand and advertising displays, including a shop and a cafe with seats outside, drinking coffee in a green tree is a very enjoyable experience.
Packaging, advertising, marketing and propaganda throughout the ages.
The museum is situated next to Podobello Avenue and is well integrated into the unique and retro atmosphere around it. Here, you may just be surprised to find the packaging of the old British cosmetics brand Rui Mystery in the nineteen nineties, the solid soup packaging of OXO, the famous food brand in the First World War, the Mars chocolate bar, and inadvertently find the original packaging of Rolos and Kit Kats chocolates in the thirties of the twentieth century, Harley bicycles in the seventies and more than 12,000 other items. Let your mind go back to the old things of the past.
Good place. Good place. It's worth visiting. I'll come again next time.
The museum was founded by consumer historian Robert Opie, who also claims to be a supermarket archaeologist. His collection includes more than 12,000 mainstream fast-fading products, which have existed since Victorian times. It's also interesting to see how the packaging of chocolate, coffee, laundry detergent and so on has evolved over time.
Looking at the dazzling, many interesting and creative works, packaging bags can also be collected.
Si estás visitando Portobello Rd un sábado a la mañana, sabrás que es uno de los mercados de antigüedades más preciados de Londres. Hoy en día, debido al turismo, podés encontrar muchas cosas más, pero principalmente cosas viejitas. Para complementar este paseo, muy cerca de Portobello se encuentra este museo de Marcas, Envases y Publicidad. Si te gusta lo Vintage" te va a encantar, tanto como a mí. Es un museo pequeño, diferente y a mi gusto muy original que recomiendo visitar.