Apsley House Guide
Victoria and Albert Museum, 1997 - Art - 79 pages
The Wellington Museum, Apsley House, first opened to the public on 19 July 1952. The Museum and collections are administered by the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Department of National Heritage is responsible for the maintenance of the building. This is the second revision of the guide book which was first published in 1984.
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