What museums are there in London?
The top 10 museums in London include, the British Museum, Science Museum, Tate Gallery, Victoria and Albert museum, National Gallery, Imperial War Museum, Natural History Museum, National Maritime Museum, London Transport Museum,and the Museum of London.
A lot depends on the type of attraction that interests you but many tourists want to see Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Hyde Park, Cutty Sark, various museums and art galleries. It might be worth taking a bus tour - particularly one with a guide.
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One very popular museum name is Gugenheim, there are 8 Gugenheim museums across the world, including Venice and New York. Two other museums in New York are the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Other famous art museums are the Louvre in France, and the Tate Modern in London.
South Kensington. Albertopolis refers to the area which houses the Victorian and Albert, Science and Natural History Museums and the Albert Memorial and Albert Hall. The museums are a legacy of the Great Exhibition of 1851 which included the original Crystal Palace which was moved, at the end, to south London near Sydenham and burnt down in 1936.
Science Museum (South Kensington, London):The Science museum is a major museum in South Kensington, London. It has an average of 2.7 million visitors every year and it is the world's greatest science and technology museum. It is a part of the Science Museums Group, which is a collection of British museums. Established in 1857 as the South Kensington Museum, it primarily consisted of art along with some science collections. Later many science collections were added…
Virtually every town and village has a museum of some sort. In London, the main museums are the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Geological Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum. These are all large museums, so you need to allow at least one full day for each of them if you want to explore them properly.