Aldi’s Christmas star, Kevin the Carrot, was unveiled at the Museum of Brands this morning and he will remain on display throughout December. The Kevin exhibit takes centre stage among more than 12,000 products, posters, toys and games that make up the Museum’s extraordinary collection. Thousands of fans are expected to visit to see him alongside other famous faces including Mickey Mouse, Felix the Cat, Paddington Bear and Gordon the Gopher. He’ll be featured in the Museum’s Branding Hall which features the world’s most renowned brands and toys from the Victorian era to today. The nation was first introduced to Kevin the Carrot in 2016, when he made his debut appearance on Aldi’s Christmas TV advert. Since then, his popularity has soared and last year he even trended on Twitter as demand for the toy outstripped supply. Visitors can see Kevin at the Museum in Notting Hill only until New Year’s Eve, but the Museum founder warns once he’s gone, he’s gone.
Wednesday 4th of December, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tube: Ladbroke Grove Station (2 min walk)
Train: Shepherd's Bush (23 min walk)