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Reputed as the world’s greatest art and design museum and often referred to as the V&A, it is home to over 4.5 million objects. The museum was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The museum has 145 galleries showcasing thousands of years of creativity from around the world leading up to the present day exhibits. Visitors can see ceramics, fashion, furniture, jewellery, art, sculpture and much more, all under one enormous roof. The Medieval Renaissance Gallery, The Jewellery Gallery and the British Gallery are a definitely worth seeing. There is also a gift shop on the premises. Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you London Itinerary 2 Weeks and London Itinerary 10 Days
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Your tour begins at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London's Victorian center of art and crafts dedicated to the royal couple. Now a museum of arts from all countries, styles and periods. Apart from the main collection of oil paintings and watercolou
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My favourite museum in London. The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's greatest museum of decorative arts and design with amazingly extensive and diverse collections. For an art lover it is a place worth visiting many times - you will always find something new to see and admire. I especially recommend visiting the place on Friday evening, when it is open till 10 pm - it's not so crowded and there are parts of the building almost empty at times. You feel like in a magical, enchanted place. The museum's main collection is free but you will have to pay to visit one of the excellent, very popular temporary exhibitions organized there (but they are worth it).
I always wanted to visit but was never overly bothered, but when I did, oh wow. This place is huge with an incredible collection. Their hall of replicas is incredible, with cast replicas of some of the most incredible sculptures and structures in the world. I will definitely be returning to see yet more. Coffee was also good here. Well worth a visit!
Fantastic museum of design in a monumental neo classical building. Not as kid friendly as the Natural History and Science Museums but well worth the visit. The permanent collections offer a fascinating insight into design from across the globe and the temporary exhibitions tend towards the quirky. There is a nice courtyard with a pond which is a perfect place to eat your sandwiches in the sunshine. Gets very busy during the holidays so get there early. Also has some beautiful jewellery and ceramics in the shop.
I spent a lovely afternoon exploring Victoria and Albert museum. Here you will find no shortage of exhibits and artifacts to look at. It was really well done! Also worth noting admission is free, there is a great cafeteria and beautiful courtyard to enjoy as well. It is also a great spot to visit the museum of National History before or after as it is right by.
One of the many interesting museums in London. It's grown to be one of my favourites since finding out that it hosts the annual Young Wildlife Photographer of the year show. If you've never been I highly recommend you go to see it. Every year they showcase some quite spectacular wildlife photos. One of the permanent exhibitions that you must go and see are the plaster cast copies of many famous sculptures from around the world. Some of them are absolutely massive, like the David. So if you can't get to see the real thing you can see an exact copy, ironically in better condition than the original.