Exhibitions 1862-1924 a talk by Michael Gilbert, Thursday 11th May 2:30pm Cheam Library.

In 1862 a decade after the Crystal Palace Exhibition, a further exhibition was planned, this never happened, but over the next 50 years other exhibition halls such as Alexander Palace, Olympia and Earls Court were built.. They housed a variety of exhibitions which included a Wild West Show and .Tibetan musicians.
The British Empire Exhibition opened at Wembley on St George’s Day 1924
Come along and find out more about this spectacular event Tickets friends £5(£6 visitors)
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