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Imperial War Museum closed for remodeling

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I'm sure those in the UK already know this, but here's the info. for those who don't:



IWM London is closed until July 2013.

The museum partially reopens in July 2013 with a major new family exhibition Horrible Histories®: Spies, as well as an exciting new programme of art and photography exhibitions.

The museum will continue to be transformed until summer 2014 when it will launch brand new First World War Galleries to mark the 100-year anniversary of the start of the First World War, a new Atrium, new shops and a park-side café.

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