National History Museum National History Museum

The National History Museum of Britain is one of the larger museums in the city of London. It, along with other notable museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum, is located on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, though the... 

Victoria and Albert Museum Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of art and design, with a permanent collection of over 4 million objects as well as touring collection regularly appearing. The museum, named after Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert... 

National Gallery National Gallery

There are few cities that can realistically describe themselves as global cultural epicenters. To lay claim to a title such as that, a city needs to have demonstrated an appetite and a productivity for the finest arts – at least for a few from music,... 

Museum of London Museum of London

Any city with a history like that of London will inevitably require its own museum in which to house that history. The Museum of London, as differentiated from the British Museum in London, is a building which contains artefacts of the social history... 

British Museum London British Museum London

Few places on this Earth can be as rich in history and culture as the United Kingdom, and few parts of the UK are as rich in history as London. It is in London that all of the decisions that have made the UK what it is today were made. As London has changed...