Rotunda Museum

I had been looking forward to seeing the Rotunda Museum again, the tent which was erected in St. James’s Park in 1814 to celebrate Wellington’s victories and then converted by John Nash into a permanent structure with a lead roof which was turned into an Artillery Museum alongside Woolwich Arsenal in 1820:-

It’s now apparently no longer open to the public and used by the King’s Troop as a boxing ring:-

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