Foundling Museum, LondonThe Foundling Museum is famous in London for being the first home for abandoned children. It was established in 2004 and it is located in Brunswick Square, London. This museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, founded in 1739 by the philanthropic Tomas Coram. The word "hospital" in those times was used with a more general meaning than today, indicating a place where less fortunate people can find hospitality.

Foundling Museum was established in 2004 and it is located in the heart of London. It began its history as a museum when Coram proposed to the artist William Hogarth and the composer George Frideric, to exhibit their works in the hospital, in order to earn money from the people viewing the works, and help the hospital to survive.

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The Foundling Museum Tour suits good to the whole family, since this is one of the London museums that offers several workshops and learning events for children.

Foundling Museum Tour is not a visit to a simple museum, it is much more. Since almost the whole artworks exhibition is about the orphans and abandoned children living in the Foundling Hospital, you could feel the atmosphere of the generosity surrounding that place, and have a view of the collection of those artists who gave a wonderful contribution for a good cause : help children involved in terrible social problems.

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