International Travel — U.K.
London Museums & Art Museums
London is renowned for its world-class museums — well worth exploring, if you have the time during your visit.
We've listed London's most popular museums and art museums below. Our favorites are the British Museum, Churchill War Rooms, Imperial War Museum, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, and Victoria & Albert Museum.
Churchill War Rooms
(formerly Cabinet War Rooms)
Dennis Severs' House
The Geffrye Museum of the Home
Freud Museum London
Imperial War Museum
Jewish Museum London
John Soane's Museum
Victoria & Albert
Lawn Tennis Museum
The Victoria & Albert Museum — also referred to
as the "V&A" — is
the world’s greatest museum of design and the arts.
The Tate Modern, housed in the former Bankside Power Station on the banks of the River Thames, features one of the World's Finest Modern
Art Collections from 1900 to the present day including
major works by Dali, Picasso, Matisse, Warhol and other great artists.
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While many of London's museums and galleries are free, most museums also
have Special Exhibitions that do charge admission.
in Trafalgar Square
Two must-see museums are located just steps from Trafalgar Square — The National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.
Portrait Gallery is home to the "Largest Collection of
Portraiture in the World." The Gallery features over 1,000 Portraits
including Henry VIII, Florence Nightingale, The Beatles, and
the Queen of England.
In Feburary 2010, we visited the museum to see the the first double portrait of Princes William and Harry — plus paintings of other Royals and pics of the late Princess Diana with her sons... and Prince Charles and the boys.
The Churchill War Rooms — a permanent
within the historic Cabinet War Rooms — is the world’s
first major museum dedicated to life of Winston Churchill.
These top-secret bomb-proof underground
Cabinet War Rooms protected Prime
Minister Winston Churchill,
his War Cabinet, and Chief Military Advisors against air attacks
World War II.
Fun Event Locations
Host a Corporate VIP Reception at one of London's fine Museums
or Art Galleries.
Whitechapel Bell Foundry
Whitechapel Bell Foundry
According to the Guinness Book of Records, Whitechapel
Bell Foundry is Britain's oldest manufacturing company.
that tolls at
in 1858 — it's the largest bell that was ever cast at Whitechapel.
Other famous bells at the Foundry include the original Liberty
Foundry Tours are available on select Saturdays only (on a first-come
first-served basis) and must be pre-booked well in advance.
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