Here are some of the best museums in London that you need to visit if you’re ever in the city.
The London Design Festival is happening in a few weeks and we are looking very forward to be a part of Decorex. If like us you’re planning your trip to London, don’t overlook the amazing museums you can visit in your spare time!
The city is filled with great museums, some even are among the best museums in the world, like the British Museum.
Let’s get into the list!
Set in Trafalgar Square, one of London’t busiest spaces, this gallery has over 2000 paintings spanning fro the 13th to the 19th centuries. Some of the most iconic artworks include the famous Sunflowers by Van Gogh.
Natural History Museum
You can not only find dinosaur bones in here, but the building itself is worth a visit. With over 80 million natural specimens this museum is not something you’d want to miss, and if you’re looking for a different experience, you can visit it at late at night during the last Fridays of each month.
Located in the South Bank of London, this museum features sculptures by Picasso, Dali, Warhol, and Rothko, all set off perfectly by that gritty industrial interior. There are over 1500 collections at the moment, so just pick a few and visit this great museum.
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Victoria and Albert Museum
As one of the largest arts and design museums in the world we could not leave it out! It’s London’s most glamorous museum, from the building to the collections that cover fashion, theater, furniture design and architecture. Besides, they have great seasonal exhibitions you can’t miss.
The largest museum in the UK has one of the largest collections in the world as well. With artifacts from all over the world and arranged by location (Ancient Egypt, Asia Africa, etc). You can’t see the entire museum over a day, so pick a gallery or go on a tour and indulge in all the culture.
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