Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Breath-taking from the outside alone, the Natural History Museum is one of London’s most beautiful buildings.

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Science Museum

Science Museum

Founded in 1837, the Science museum is one of London’s most visited attractions. With its interactive galleries, IMAX cinema and world-famous objects, it’s a favourite amongst people of all ages!

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V&A

V&A

With a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects, the V&A is the world’s greatest museum of art and design.

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British Museum

British Museum

Opened in 1759, the British Museum is filled with fascinating and strange objects from all over the world.

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National Gallery

National Gallery

With over 2,300 works of art accessible for free, the National Gallery is ideal for those looking to spend their entire day admiring the paintings

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Tate Modern

Tate Modern

Filled with international modern and contemporary art that is designed to inspire, a walk around this gallery will definitely get you thinking.

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Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery

Opened in 1985, this contemporary art gallery is a favourite amongst tourists and locals alike.

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Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

In 1835, Marie Tussaud - former sculptor to the court of Louis XVI - established a sideshow of waxworks of famous contemporary and historical figures (not to mention some gruesome relics of the French Revolution).

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Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios

The legendary recording studio sits inconspicuously in the exclusive area of St. Johns Wood. Steeped in Rock‘n’Roll history, the Beatles famously recorded 80% of their records within this studio. Built in 1830 as a private house, it began studio operations in 1931 recording the top orchestras of the day.

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Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

From Cornflakes to Ker-plunk, Spacedust to Spacehoppers, take a nostalgic tour through 200 years of British consumerism.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art

The Royal College of Art has a lively programme of exhibitions featuring the work of its postgraduate students. In a further bid to promote artistic excellence it hosts lectures by leading figures from the worlds of art and design, fundraising sales, and other events.

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