Museum of Happiness reviews
This place has been created with so much love that one feels happier the moment one sets foot inside. Happiness is all about experience and relationships. As such this museum is not a display of things; it offers classes, workshops and events that help people learn the art of living happily whoever they are and wherever they are in their life journeys. This is a place where friendship naturally blossoms. Unlike the streets of London, everywhere you turn in the Museum of Happiness, you will be met with a smile.
As soon as you walk in the door you can feel the love and happiness hit you. The staff are warm and open and always on hand to help you connect to your own inner happiness. If you are looking for a quiet somber museum where you can observe the exhibits from a distance, then you're in the wrong place. This Museum is all about experience, helping you to connect to happiness in ways that may have been forgotten since childhood.
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