HC Deb 27 November 1950 vol 481 c111W
89. Mr. Janner

asked the Minister of Works whether he will reinstate the London Museum in its former home in Lancaster House, so that it will be easily accessible to visitors to the Festival of Britain.

Mr. Stokes

No. Lancaster House is now being used for other purposes. His Majesty The King has graciously allotted a large part of Kensington Palace for the use of the Museum, the restoration and fitting up of which has almost been completed at the public expense. It should be ready for occupation in February next.