The venue is closed Mondays & Tuesdays.
Our opening Hours are Wednesday - Saturday 12:00PM-11:00PM & Sunday 12:00PM-10:30PM.
Last admission down to the Museum is at 10:00PM
Admission to The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History is £6. Tickets can be purchased on the door only. £2.50 admission available Thursday evenings 5PM-10PM upon request (not valid during Petting Zoo event).
Admission to the Cocktail Bar is free but reservations are strongly recommended. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a table or submit your request via our booking form here. If you would like to contact us regarding a same day reservation, please call 0207 998 3617.
The Museum is very small and can only fit ten people at a time, so if you are planning to come in a group, please let us know via email@example.com. Large group visits are best planned early in the afternoon on a Wednesday or Thursday.
Information on our current special exhibition dedicated to The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic can be found here. Tickets to the Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History can be purchased on the day. There is no option for purchasing tickets in advance although if planning to join us for a drink as well, reservations are strongly encouraged for our Cocktail Bar.
We are delighted by the great interest in this exhibition and are pleased to announce that it will be extended until the end of April 2018. Please note that as a small venue we are very limited in our capacity. If planning a trip for this exhibition, it is strongly suggested to visit Wednesday-Friday 12pm-7pm as the Main Gallery where these artefacts are on display also acts as the seating area for our Cocktail Bar.
Our current menu is available here.
11 Mare Street London E8 4RP
Closest tube station is Bethnal Green Central Line
Overground stations nearby include Cambridge Heath & London Fields or Hackney Central (20 minute walk).
Bus stop located just outside venue provides service to 26, 48, 55, 106, 254, 388 or D6.
Street parking can usually be found on Vyner Street or Andrews Road.
The Museum contains some material that some parents might feel was unsuitable for children, such as erotica or the remains of dead people and animals. We request that parents visit the museum first before bringing their children.
The Museum and Cocktail Bar get very busy at weekends and sometimes we have to operate a 'one in one out' policy. If you are planning to visit the Museum we strongly recommend coming on a weekday afternoon/evening. Exhibitions in the gallery can be difficult to see on busy evenings/weekends as the cocktail bar overlaps. Reservations are always encouraged for a table in our Cocktail Bar.
Sometimes we need to close for essential repairs, exorcisms, private events, floods & staff shortages. Please click here to see what dates we are closed. If travelling far we recommend calling to confirm availability on the day.
Any planned closures will be posted here: Wednesday 14th March from 13.00-14.00
Visitors are very welcome to take photos for their own personal use, for professional use please contact us in advance for additional information. More information on location hire can be found at the bottom of the page here.
Due to the historic nature of the building some people may find accessing the museum a challenge - the ground floor has a steep step up and access to the Wunderkabinett is via a steep spiral staircase.