Museums in London.

British Museum
The British Museum is the oldest, and one of the largest museums in the world. Where else can you see some of the greatest treasures of all time under one roof ?
Imperial War Museum London
Imperial War Museum London is not a Museum of the distant past, but about people still alive today, their parents and grandparents. It tells the stories of those who have lived, fought and died in conflict from the First World War to the present day.
Madame Tussauds
Filled with 14 exciting, interactive zones and the new Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience, Madame Tussauds London combines glitz and glamour with incredible history.
Museum of London
Step inside Museum of London for an unforgettable journey through the capital's turbulent past.
Natural History Museum
Ever stared into the gaping jaws of a Tyrannosaurus rex, felt the devastating power of an earthquake or come face to face with a giant, moving scorpion ? You will when you enter the amazing world of The Natural History Museum.
Science Museum
Situated in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, the Science Museum contains all the wonders of our industrial and technological age.
The Victoria and Albert Museum
The V&A is the greatest museum of art and design, a world treasure house with collections of fabulous scope and diversity.
Apsley House
Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington, is one of the capital's finest residences. Also known as 'Number One London', because it was the first house encountered past the toll-gate into London from the countryside.
Bank of England Museum
Housed within one of the most iconic buildings in the City of London, the Bank of England Museum offers a unique experience which brings to life the 315-year history of the Bank of England
British Library
The British Library is the National Library of the United Kingdom. Apart from the 14 million books in its care, this phenomenal building is also home to over a million items from other countries.
British Postal Museum and Archive
In 1635 King Charles1 made his own mail delivery service available to the public. In 1660 The General Post Office was established to run this 'royal mail ' service. The Archive charts the four centuries of development into Royal Mail Group plc.
Bromley Museum
At Bromley Museum we will help you to uncover many interesting facts about Bromley's past as well as how people lived through the ages.
Brooklands Museum
Brooklands Museum opened in 1991 on 30 acres of the original 1907 motor-racing circuit. The Museum features the most historic and steepest section of the old Banked Track and the 1-in-4 Test Hill.
Burgh House & Hampstead Local History Museum
Burgh House is a handsome Queen Anne house in the heart of Old Hampstead, with original panelled rooms and staircase, and wrought-iron gates.
Charles Dickens Museum
Charles Dickens (1812-70) lived at number 48 Doughty Street from April 1837 to December 1839, not a long period but an important one, because it was here that he really secured his reputation.
Chertsey Museum
The Museum is housed in the Cedars, a Grade II listed Regency town house with an attractive garden
Churchill War Rooms
Visit the Churchill War Rooms, part of Imperial War Museums, to discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the wartime bunker which sheltered Churchill and his staff during the Blitz.
Crofton Roman Villa
The Crofton Roman Villa house was inhabited from about AD140 to 400 and was the centre of a farming estate of about 500 acres.
Design Museum
The Design Museum is one of the world's leading museums devoted to contemporary design in every form from furniture to graphics, and architecture to industrial design.
Dr Johnson's House
This House can be described as a shrine to the English language, for it was here that Dr Samuel Johnson worked for many years to compile the first comprehensive English Dictionary which was published in 1755.
Firepower! Royal Artillery Museum
Firepower! The Royal Artillery Museum, is located in the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich in South East London.
Freud Museum
The Freud Museum was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. It remained the family home until Anna Freud, the youngest daughter, died in 1982.
Garden Museum
The Garden Museum (formerly the Museum of Garden History) aims to become the leading national venue for exhibitions and debate on gardens and garden design.
Geffrye Museum
The Geffrye is one of London's most friendly and enjoyable museums. Its setting is in the former almshouses of the Ironmongers' Company, delightful 18th-century buildings with attractive gardens and mature trees.
Harrow Museum & Heritage Centre
Discover Harrow's historic past at Harrow Museum! Entry is free, and with a number of temporary exhibitions and special events throughout the year, there is always something new to see or do.
HMS Belfast
A visit to HMS Belfast is a fantastic way to learn about life on board ship in Britain's Navy from 1930s to the 1970s.
Horniman Museum & Gardens
Welcome to the award-winning Horniman Museum and Gardens - where you can discover more about the World, its people, their cultures, and its environment.
Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum London reopened on 17 March 2010 after a £10 million transformation creating a landmark museum that celebrates Jewish life and cultural diversity.
Keats House
This is the house where John Keats lived from 1818 to 1820 with his friend Charles Brown. It is where he wrote some of his most intensely moving poems including 'Ode to a Nightingale'.
Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Steam power comes alive at London's Kew Bridge Steam Museum. Built in the 19th century to supply London with water, the museum is recognised as the most important historic site of the water supply industry in Britain.
Kingston Museum
Kingston Museum was built in 1904 with contributions from Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish American benefactor. The Eadweard Muybridge gallery describes the life and work of this internationally renowned pioneer photographer.
L. Ron Hubbard's Fitzroy House
Set in the heart of Fitzrovia, famed for its writers and artists, Fitzroy House was built in 1791 shortly after development was undertaken of this area.
Leighton House Art Gallery Museum
Leighton House was the home of Frederic, Lord Leighton, (1830-1896), the great classical painter and President of the Royal Academy.
Lowewood Museum
A listed Georgian building dating from the 1750's is the perfect setting for Lowewood Museum's impressive collection.
Museum and Library of The Order of St. John
Take a tour around the ancient Priory of the Knights Hospitallers with its Tudor Gate House, 16th century Church and 12th century Crypt.
Museum of Fulham Palace
The Museum of Fulham Palace tells the story of Fulham Palace, which is a Grade 1 listed historic building. The estate was owned by the Bishops of London for over 1200 years
Musical Museum
During your visit to the Musical museum you will experience the fascinating world of automatic musical instruments through a continuous demonstration in which the instruments are explained and played.
National Army Museum
The National Army Museum has something for everyone. There's so much to see - famous paintings, lifelike models, glittering swords, colourful uniforms.
National Maritime Museum
Dive into the largest maritime museum in the world and you'll discover more than you could ever imagine. For the greatest day out in the whole galaxy, transport yourself to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College occupies part of the historic group of buildings on the south bank of the River Thames in London, known as Wren's twin-domed riverside masterpiece.
Pumphouse Educational Museum
Heritage Museum and the Lavender Pond & Nature Park, is a unique resource in the Surrey Commercial Docks area of Rotherhithe.
Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge
Built in 1543 for Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge is probably the last remaining royal hunting grandstand in the world.
Royal Air Force Museum London
The Royal Air Force Museum London, North West London is one of the best flight exhibitions in the world.
Royal Mews
The Royal Mews was built by Nash in the 1820's as the Mews for Buckingham Palace. The entrance off Buckingham Palace Road is through a Doric archway surmounted by a clock tower.
The Household Cavalry Museum
The Household Cavalry Museum is unlike any other military museum because it offers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the work of the Household Cavalry.
The O2
Since opening in June 2007, The O2 has hosted an outstanding array of awe-inspiring performers. The O2 is officially the world's most popular music and entertainment venue.
V&A Museum of Childhood London
The V&A Museum of Childhood aims to encourage everyone to explore the themes of childhood past and present and develop an appreciation of creative design through our inspirational collections and programmes.
Wesley's Chapel The Museum of Methodism & The John Wesley House
John Wesley (1703-1791), one of the most influential personalities of the eighteenth century, is the founder of Methodism. He built Wesley's Chapel as his London base.
William Morris Gallery
The William Morris Gallery is closed for redevelopment until July 2012.

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