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A museum of the world, for the world. Discover over two million years of human history and culture. Some of the world-famous objects include the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and Egyptian mummies.
Went with my 8 yr old daughter as she will be learning about the ancient Egyptians when she goes back to school. We visited the ‘family’ desk and got a free children’s booklet for the Egyptian rooms. It was well written with items to find...More
I only had 2 hours, i and just had to visit the British Museum at all cost!
When I stepped in I went straight towards the information desk and lucky as I am I found 2 itineraries: 1 full of you have all day. And...More
Because our 13 year old grandchild is learning Mandarin, we took her on a 'culture day' to the MB specifically to see the China rooms. Since it was on a Sunday we expected long queues, and ours started just outside the main gate. But it...More
The museum is huge! My grandson likes egyptology and was overawed by the artifacts and the exhibits. You cant fault the wonderfull exhibitions . the gift shops are mega expensive though which is a shame as we didnt buy anything for that reasonTheres a lack...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
You can use your ipad, in several parts of the museum it is allowed to take photos. Where there are any restrictions, there will be warnings and the monitors are very polite and will warn you when you can not take pictures.