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In my family there is one holiday you don’t miss. One holiday when you bring the boyfriend home. One holiday for which countless hours are spared. It’s not Christmas. It’s Halloween. But what’s the point anyway?
A sign in front filled me with reassurance. “Welcome to Dr. Johnson’s house.” The towering four story brick building, once home to the famous writer, is tucked away in an alcove off a busy street in London.
It’s the “largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world.” Technically, the site was founded in 1840, but its construction began long before when Edward I — the King of England from 1272 to 1307 — relocated one of his courts to nearby Richmond in 1299.