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Science Gallery London
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National Gallery
#1 of 402 Museums in London
It is every bit as good as the other great museums I have seen- Louvre, Met, Hermitage, Uffizi etc. Wonderful collection of renaissance art as well as excellent impressionist collection.
A great collection of art, worth a visit every time you are in London but if you want to enjoy a great evening, check the cultural activities on every Friday, when several museums and galleries in London are open...
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Churchill War Rooms
#2 of 402 Museums in London
ONe of the most fascinating museums I have seen, The rooms are preserved exactly how they were during the war, narration was excellent and the cafe complements the tour.
The Churchill War Rooms are part of the Imperial War Museums and very much worth a visit for anyone who knew of Churchill and/or is interested in the role of Britain in the Second World War.
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The British Museum
#3 of 402 Museums in London
This is one of the greatest museums in the world, with superb exhibitions from ancient antiquity to modern pharmaceutical habits, s well as regular special exhibitions: Pompeii was a recent choice, magnificent and...
... in the shops and café.You can see unique, world class exhibitions which feature treasures from the museums collection alongside spectacular national and international loans.The museum has a audio guide to make...
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V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum
#4 of 402 Museums in London
This and the Natural History museum are my favourite museums internationally - and it's free!! Amazing variety of exhibits, a wonderful building and there are also usually at least one really inspired optional exh...
Beautiful museum with lots of masterpieces and arts located near natural history and science museums with many amazing restaurants and cafes around
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Westminster Abbey
#5 of 402 Museums in London
... weddings have taken place at Westminster Abbey The Abbey has also schools, organs, chapter houses, museums, exhibitions and gallery, and all the departments work till now. the Abbey is a must-see living pagean...
Only in London are world class museums free and churches charge admission.
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Natural History Museum
#6 of 402 Museums in London
One of my favorite museums and “must stops” on every visit to London, this very fine Natural History museum features an excellent fossil and dinosaur fossil collection and displays of flora and fauna past and pres...
Wonderful day out to one of London's most interesting and free museums, there is so much to explore at the natural history museum, the dinosaur section is probably the best in the world.
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Wallace Collection
#7 of 402 Museums in London
a little gem between the huge museums, in manchester square, off baywswter road, set back, intimate lighting, great in winter, as well in summer, u are pretty much left alone:)
This has a great collection of paintings and other priceless items on display and being less well known to the other great museums in London is well worth a visit for the smaller number of visitors
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The Charterhouse
#8 of 402 Museums in London
There is a small, interesting museum and chapel to visit anytime with very approachable, knowledgeable volunteers, but take the time to take a tour to see and hear the entire history.
I was delighted to visit this site after walking passed for years .It must stay as a quiet respected spot ,but the museum and guide were excellent at doing this for us.The guided tour was really interesting with c...
The Courtauld Gallery
#9 of 402 Museums in London
It is very small compared to some other museums, there are wonderful masterpieces done by artists of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries by Van Gogh, Gaugin, Seurat, Degas, Cezanne, Mogdigliani, Manet, Gainsborough...
If you enjoy impressionist art them this is a must go can see the beautiful paintings without the huge crowds at the bigger museums
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
#10 of 402 Museums in London
... the beauty of this building but if you do go it is worth enjoying the entire experience, the staff are exceptionally welcoming, it is free to enjoy but we found the museum well worth the small entrance fee
There is also a small museum which gives some insight in the Hindu faith.
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House of Minalima
#11 of 402 Museums in London
This is a small but amazing little "pop up" museum open till Feb 2017 and packed with graphics and artwork from the Harry Potter films as well as a floor dedicated to the new Fantastic Beasts film.
Super nice little shop/museum/gallery/exhibition with graphic art from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
#12 of 402 Museums in London
I have been to several other tennis museums (US, France), and this is easily the best.
A 90 minute tour of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and grounds was very interesting and a great thrill to be able to entry centre court and see where many of our favourite players had played and won the ultimate...
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Emirates Stadium Tour and Museum
#13 of 402 Museums in London
My son was extremely thrilled with the visit and we look forward to visiting other clubs' stadiums / museums after this experience.
Highly recommended visit, I enjoyed the stadium, and museum very much, Charlie George, the club ambassador, 'made' the visit as he was both informative and interesting, it was also affordable , icing on the cake f...
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Two Temple Place
#14 of 402 Museums in London
There is a treasure trove of artworks on loan from various Sussex museums including Bloomsbury group works by Duncan Grant, once the love of J.M.Keynes life, and Vanessa Bell with her arresting self portrait.
... well decorated with different characters of history & romance.Two Temple Place holds exhibitions periodically to promote collections of smaller art galleries & museums.We went there as a part of Open House tour.
The Museum of the Order of St John
#15 of 402 Museums in London
There are many museums in London and this one deserves more attention from tourists as it is a lovely and serene oasis of history.
We had already visited the Museum of the Order of St John but returned for a guided tour of the historic rooms and the old Church Crypt, Beautiful rooms and wonderful history from a knowledgeable guide, a little k...
Museum of London Docklands
#16 of 402 Museums in London
The museum itself is in a wonderful old warehouse in West India Quay that's been lovingly restored/transformed into one of the best museums of its kind we've ever seen.
I have visited London over the past several years for holiday and each time I visit Museums and Art Galleries, I wish I had visited this museum sooner.
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British Library
#17 of 402 Museums in London
The tour combines never-before-seen Potter artefacts with magical items and exhibits from museums around the UK.
And I love museums.
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Tate Britain
#18 of 402 Museums in London
Quieter than touristy museums but worth it for panini tings and the special exhibitions...definitely a must do and super close to Houses of Parliament with a river view walk along the river.
With so many incredible art museums in London it can be hard to choose, but if you want to experience British art, I would enthusiastically recommend the Tate Britain.
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National Portrait Gallery
#19 of 402 Museums in London
Picaso's exhibition presenting some 60 portraits he created along his rich and long career,provides the viewer with a unique opportunity to see many works which are in private collections and far away museums.
I still think it's fantastic that there are so many free museums and galleries in this country, though of course you'll want to make a donation if you are able.
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Royal Hospital Chelsea
#20 of 402 Museums in London
We really enjoyed our visit, it is very different to the usual museums.
Visitors will be able to see the magnificent Great Hall, the beautiful Wren Chapel and the museum.
Imperial War Museum
#21 of 402 Museums in London
This has got to be one of the best War Museums, well worth a visit, free entry, lots of war history, WW1 WW2 the cold war etc, over a few floors but so interesting and so much to see and read about !!
... visited when it comes to the nr of exhibits, but it is a beautiful museum, loved the displays and they have some really nice WWI and WWII pieces so it's well worth the visit, one of the nicest museums for sure.
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Lord's Cricket Ground
#22 of 402 Museums in London
what a wonderful day on the lords tour the tour guide was very knowledgeable the museum was superb with the ashes on show & the prudential cup to see this ground was an excellent day out
The tour is very comprehensive covering all ends of the grounds and includes visits into both home and away team change rooms, members rooms, media centre, grand stands and museum room with interesting stories.
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Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
#23 of 402 Museums in London
Everyone who visits London goes to the big museums such as the Natural History and Science, but it's well worth a trip to Notting Hill to see this excellent place.
Most who come to London visit the main national museums but this is very well worth seeing.
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Sir John Soane's Museum
#24 of 402 Museums in London
We stumbled upon this museum completely by accident and it is one of the quirkiest and best museums I've had the privileged of visiting.
I have spent my life visiting museums throughout the world (as I have experienced it) and Sir John Soane's ranks with the best.
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HMS Belfast
#25 of 402 Museums in London
We joined the Imperial War Museums this year & have already been to the IWM & the Churchill War rooms so HMS Belfast is included in our membership.
Museums show history but HMS Belfast is history.
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Museum of London
#26 of 402 Museums in London
Fabulous collections of archeological artefacts from above and below ground, and there are also some great museums and less-known attractions within a stones throw so make a day of it: get to Clerkenwell and wallo...
I went to some museums in London and the Museum of London is on my top 3! Very nice museum, very informative and well organized, and teaches a lot about the history of London.
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Royal Air Force Museum London
#27 of 402 Museums in London
this is one of the best museums we have ever visited, the displays where fantastic,the setting was fantastic, even the little cafe was very good
It certainly surpasses the other war museums ....because its a big hangar with real wartime aircrafts on display.
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All Hallows By The Tower
#28 of 402 Museums in London
Spotlessly clean and well kept with its own museum, the church is a sanctuary of quiet within the hustle and bustle of London life.
Reduced to a shell by wartime bombing, it has been successfully restored and houses a crypt museum which records the baptism of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, and the marriage of John Quincy Adams, the fut...
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Grant Museum of Zoology
#29 of 402 Museums in London
Truly a wonder, a quirk of nature and history, a haven of polished wood and pickling jars and a refreshing change from the trend to make museums a world of flashing screens, sound effects and banal electronic "exp...
We've seen natural history museums all over the world.
Wesley's Chapel & Museum of Methodism
#30 of 402 Museums in London
The life and times of John and Charles Wesley is beautifully told and exhibited in both the chapel, museum and in John Wesley's house, which has been restored to its original state, with many original artifacts.
As active Methodists we certainly appreciated this Wesley Chapel/Museum visit, but I think anyone interested in religious history would also find it fascinating.