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Guide of London, United Kingdom

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London Museums, United Kingdom

British Museum

One of the biggest museums in the world.

National Gallery Museum

Museum that houses paintings of European artists from 1250 to the last century. Includes works by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Turner, Renoir, Cezanne and Van Gogh. 

Tate Modern

Tate Modern is the national British museum of modern art. It is housed in the former Bankside power plant on the banks of the Thames and contains an impressive collection of modern and contemporary works. 

Tate Britain

Even if the opening of Tate Gallery attracted much attention, its parent gallery should not be missed.

Museum of London

An exceptional "interactive" museum where it is possible to discover the history of London from its founding to our times. 

Victoria and Albert Museum

The museum dedicated to Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert is one of the best museums in the world for decorative arts.

The Queen's Gallery

The Queen's Gallery underwent a major expansion in 2002 in order to house pieces from the royal collection throughout the year.

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian

Art Housed in a Georgian villa, the museum contains an interesting collection of paintings and sculptures by 20th century Italian artists with a rich section dedicated to Futurism: works by Balla, Boccioni, Carra, Rossolo and Severini are on display.

HMS Belfast Historic Ship

Battle cruiser from World War II it is now used as a floating museum. 

Natural History Museum

A museum which houses hundreds of "interactive" displays. The area dedicated to dinosaurs is interesting, with its reconstruction of life size skeletons and the section dedicated to the human body.

Science Museum

The largest museum in the world dedicated to science is completely interactive. It lets visitors "touch" the most important scientific discoveries of the last 300 years.

National Maritime Museum

Opened the last time in 1999, this museum is an amazing display of boats, models, nautical maps, uniforms and everything tied to the glorious history of the British navy, including mementos of Admiral Nelson

London's Transport Museum

A fascinating museum dedicated to London's transportation system, the city which boasts the oldest public transportation in the world: old trolleybuses, tickets from the first double-decker buses, uniforms of personnel...

Vinopolis - World Of Wine

Learning about the art of winemaking and discovering the differences of the culture of wine in 5 continents

Bramah's Museum of Tea and Coffee

Visitors can learn about the meaning and impact on society, growing and processing methods, art and literary works related to the two popular beverages.


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