The magnificent British Museum host an exhibit of 8,000,000 items spanning 2 million years of human experience, with galleries featuring Africa, the Americas, Ancient Egypt, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Classical Greece and Rome, and more.
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The National Gallery in London displays the British national collections of paintings in the Western European tradition from between the 13th to 19th centuries.
Featuring 500 years of human art, the Victoria and Albert Museum is a museum of decorative arts and design, home to a permanent collection with over 2.3 million objects.
Though the Imperial War Museum in London was only intended to document WWI, it had since been extended to cover all British and Commonwealth military operations from August 1914 onwards.
Founded in 1881, the Natural History Museum showcases natural sciences ranging from biological specimens like fossils or a 9-metre giant squid to the works of pioneers like Charles Darwin and Sir Hans Sloane.
Not only did the Churchill War Rooms serve as the great Winston Churchill’s private bunker during the Second World War, but they have also since been converted into a museum that showcases the life and legacy of the late Prime Minister and Allied hero.
Founded by Philip Henry Stanhope in 1856, the National Portrait Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world, giving insights to the people who have shaped British history and culture through their painted or photographed portrait.
St Martin's Place
The converted Bankside Power Station is home to London’s The Tate Modern gallery, one of four museums in the Tate Gallery series. It displays British talent in a venue enhanced by the post-industrial ambience of the building's architectural design and its previous iteration as a power station.
The Wellcome Collection curates an exploration of the connection between medicine, life and art, inviting visitors to embark on a scientific adventure through the medium of arts and culture.
183 Euston Road
Originally founded as part of the South Kensington Museum in 1857, the Science Museum has grown into an exhibition in its own grant, showcasing scientific, technological, and medical achievements from all around the globe.