The London Sewing Machine Museum is a museum in London about sewing machines. Filled with hundreds of different types from all over their history, it charts their evolution from way back in 1790 all the way to the present day, also featuring specific models owned by famous figures such as one owned by Charlie Chaplin and another bought by Queen Victoria.
The museum is open the first Satuday of every month between 2pm and 5pm. Admission is free, although only those over 16 can visit the museum. Located in Baltham High Street, which can be accessed by Tooting Bec tube station (it’s on the south bound part of the Northern Line).