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The Country Pavilion Windmill The entrance to the People of Britain Pavilion Waterloo Bridge ‘Abacus’ masking screen designed by Edward Mills

The Transport Pavilion designed by Rodney Thomas

Homes and Gardens introductory building – entrance detail

The Dome of Discovery – architect: Ralph Tubbs

Skylon designed by Powell and Moya

The Sea and Ships Pavilion – exhibit detail

The Lion and The Unicorn designed by R.D. Russell and Robert Goodden, featuring plaster doves

The Royal Festival Hall – architects: Leslie Martin, Peter Moro and Robert Matthew Directional signpost designed by Robin Day


Things to do... Visit the Courtauld Gallery. Set in the elegant surroundings of Somerset House – great for a wander in itself – its collection stretches from the early Renaissance to the 20th century. Among Mini Moderns favorites are its unrivalled collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings (so much better in the flesh) and an outstanding collection of decorative arts.


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