Aha! Found the camera. Sorry about the large images - I can't be bothered resizing them and doing thumbnails. Horniman Museum.
The Horniman museum - opened in 1901 - is a collection of eccentric artefacts in an appropriately eccentric building.
The old section of the museum is a jumble of architectual styles - part Moorish palace, part gothic manse.
The new extension is again a jumble of styles - very modern, somehow Scandinavian - yet works brilliantly with the old part.
A rather over-stuffed walrus dominates the main hall.
Marcus wasn't at all fazed by any of the stuffed animals - until he saw these dogs' heads. 'That's just wrong,' he said, 'they're man's best friend.'
After leaving the museum grounds, we took a long, loooong, walk up the hill to Crystal Palace. Sadly, the nice bits were closed for renovation, and we wandered gloomily around these dilapidated, scarey, run-down barren grounds.