Fan Museum, The

12 Grooms Hill, Greenwich
London SE10 8ER

The Fan Museum is the only museum in the UK entirely dedicated to the subject. The museum is housed in two early Georgian townhouses in the heart of Maritime Greenwich.

Fashion & Textile Museum

83 Bermondsey Street
London SE1 3XF

The Fashion and Textile Museum (FTM) lies at the heart of the Fashion quarter of London's artistic Bermondsey Village. A remarkable building designed by Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta, the FTM is now a part of Newham College and is being redeveloped as an up to the minute education, exhibition and visitor centre for contemporary fashion, textiles and jewellery.

Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum

Firepower, Royal Artillery Museum, Royal Arsenal
London SE18 6ST

The museum tells the story of the Gunners - the 2.5 million men and women of the Royal Artillery, the part they have played in history and their role in today's British Army. Tales of extraordinary heroism and endeavour are presented alongside explanations the technological and scientific advances driven by the development of artillery from Roman times to the present day.

Florence Nightingale Museum

2 Lambeth Palace Road, South Bank
London SE1 7EW

Discover the woman behind the legend. It includes artefacts owned or used by Florence Nightingale, including her pet owl Athena and the medicine chest she took with her to the Crimea.

Foundling Museum, The

40 Brunswick Square
London WC1N 1AZ

The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK's first children's charity and first public art gallery, established in 1739 by the philanthropist Captain Thomas Coram. Collections: Poignant social history gallery telling the story of London's first home for abandoned children, including personal histories, artefacts, photographs and recordings; London's first art gallery featuring works by Hogarth, Rysbrack, Gainsborough, Reynolds, Roubiliac, Hudson, Ramsay and Wilson; Fine 18th-century, Rococo and Georgian interiors; and Gerald Cook Handel collection of Handel memorabilia.

Freud Museum London

20 Maresfield Gardens
London NW3 5SX

Listed house in Hampstead where Sigmund Freud and his family lived after fleeing the Nazis in 1938. Collections: Sigmund Freud's large collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Oriental antiquities and his library. His study with the psychoanalytic couch preserve his working environment.

Fulham Palace

Bishop's Avenue
London SW6 6EA

Fulham Palace is a truly remarkable place. For centuries, this Grade I Listed building, situated in extensive grounds by the River Thames, was a country residence of the Bishops of London. Collections: Includes paintings, textiles, books and artefacts illuminating daily life of the Bishops of London, their families and local workers, in and around Fulham Palace over the centuries. Strong social history collection reflects local culture, trades and everyday life.

Fusilier Museum London, The

RRF, HM Tower of London
London EC3N 4AB

The Fusilier Museum tells the story of a British army regiment, formed at the Tower of London in 1685 by King James II. The museum is housed in a building originally built as army Officers' quarters. The building still houses the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers' Regimental Headquarters and the Officers' Mess, which is used for formal dinners and ceremonial occasions.