The Fan Museum
A very small, very quaint little museum in Greenwich—the perfect place to bring your grandma. The collection celebrates the history of handheld fans and the art of fan making. It displays everything from Asian to British fans once used by the aristocracy. There is a beautiful muraled orangery in the museum where you can enjoy a classic English afternoon tea.
My personal favourite - Who knew there was a museum about Fans? Well, at Greenwich you can find out everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Fans (the kind that cools you down) as well as browse a vast display of them.
Visit the only museum in the UK devoted to the history of fans and the art of fan making. Nestled in the heart of historic Greenwich, The Fan Museum is home to a diverse collection of fans from around the world, dating from the 12th century to the present day. The collections are displayed in…
Extensive fan collection in an 18th-century house plus displays of the art of fan-making.
Visit the only museum in the UK devoted to the history of fans and the art of fan making. Nestled in the heart of historic Greenwich, The Fan Museum is home to a diverse collection of fans from around the world, dating from the 12th century to the present day and then enjoy afternoon tea of scones…
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