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NBC’s Parks and Recreation goes to London with “Chronicles”

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It was out of the blue when the producers of the Emmy-winning Parks and Recreation show on NBC wanted to use our Chronicles of Old London guide for the Season 6 premiere episode, but come to think of it – it makes total sense. Like all our guides, the London book is both intelligent and looks spectacular on screen! Most ... Read More »

A Very Museyon Holiday

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  Now that summer is (unofficially at least) over, it’s time to start thinking of fall and all that lies ahead. It might seem crazy now, but the holidays aren’t that far away—as we were recently reminded when we got this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art holiday catalog featuring our very own Chronicles series. That’s right, this year that museum ... Read More »

London’s Rockin History

Chronicles of Old London: Rolling Stones, Beatles and London from Museyon Guides on Vimeo. Discover the rich rock and roll history of London and see the real-life places where history happened, like the Beatles’s Abbey Road Studios and the famed Marquee Club in Soho, where the Rolling Stones got their start. Want to learn more? These are just some of ... Read More »

Warm Up for the Olympics with Museyon Guides

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  When the London Olympics open on July 27, more than 1 billion people around the world will be watching. The city has sunk more than an estimated $14.5 billion into the Games, including the creation of a massive sports complex on the city’s eastern fringes. With more than 380,000 international visitors are expected to turn up for the show, ... Read More »

Announcing…Chronicles of Old London

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This summer, the world’s eyes will turn to London for the 2012 Summer Olympics, which take over the capital from July 25 through August 15. Whether you plan on watching from home, or joining the 380,000 international visitors expected in London during the Games, Chronicles of Old London offers a fun and interesting way to discover Britain’s capital city. This ... Read More »

Spotlight On: The Victoria and Albert Museum

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Fondly known by Londoners as “The Queen’s Attic,” The Victoria & Albert Museum hosts a variety of objects, from the shimmering chandelier by contemporary artist Dale Chihuly in the entrance way to medieval statuary. The museum is in fact the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design. Founded in 1852, it has since then grown to encompass 12.5 acres ... Read More »

Spotlight On: Liberty & Co.

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  What was started by visionary Arthur Lasenby Liberty in 1874 with only a £2,000 loan from his father-in-law has since surfaced to become one of the most iconic British brands, Liberty & Co.   When Liberty opened his first store, he was convinced that he could change the look of homewares and fashion by carrying brightly colored ornaments, fabric ... Read More »

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