The return of the Brent Museum to Willesden Green is a great step forward. I think the new Museum is actually better than the old one. One of the features I like are the small items encased in the banisters around the lightwell, such as this one of former Mayor Len Snow:
They serve to draw the visitor up to the main exhibition on the second floor. Whoever thought of that had a really good idea.
The new exhibition strikes me as well laid out and interesting, but still more interesting is the current exhibition on Gujarat, which is well worth a look. The old Museum had a good record of bringing interesting exhibitions such as the Gayer Anderson Cat, the Fabric of a Nation exhibition or the Ernest Trobridge exhibition. Hopefully, this tradition will be regalvanised by the new building.