Victoria and Albert Museum
Also known as ‘the V&A’, this is the world’s largest museum dedicated to decorative art and design - in other words, clothes, fashion, jewellery, ornaments, fabric, and so on. It contains well over 2 million objects and is situated next to the Natural History Museum, as well as the -
Founded in 1857, this museum is all about the wonders of science: its advances, inventions, and achievements. It is quite amazing once you really think about all we have discovered and created within the scientific realm over the course of history. Prepare to be astounded, and enjoy the museum’s interactive galleries and educational exhibits.
Museum of London
As you would expect from the name, here you can learn all about the history of this fascinating city, from prehistoric times up to the modern day. Given its great age, there is far more to London than meets the eye! You can also join characters in the museum and hear their personal stories from way back in time.
Whichever of these remarkable museums you choose to visit, make sure you do buy an Oyster card to ensure your trip to and around the city is as smooth and swift as possible. You could also consider renting a days hotel in London via daybreakhotels.com in order to freshen up and rest between museum visits. Even if you are visiting the Science Museum, V&A, and Natural History Museum, which are all located together, it can make for a wonderful day if you can take a shower, a lie down, enjoy some quiet time, and even imbibe a delicious meal before you head home or on to your next destination.
We hope that you enjoy your day in London at these wonderful museums. The only challenge you will find, amongst your many discoveries, will be fitting all of them in.