Gingerbread City comes to South Kensington

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Gingerbread City comes to South Kensington

If you ever try making a gingerbread house at Christmas then you'll have sympathy for some of the capital's top architects and design students. They've crafted a whole city from it - complete with Caramel Wharf, Crump Tower and Old Crumbton street. 

The museum will also be hosting family workshops building gingerbread houses to spread Christmas cheer and the love of architecture.

Gingerbread City is open until December the 22nd at the Museum of Architecture on Thurloe Street - don't go when you are hungry!

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