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Museums in London

London presents a wide variety of art museums, history, drama, design, military and others. There are about 300 museums in the city of London, which satisfy the needs of wisdom on any topic as well as tourists according to their tastes will know to choose the best variety of museums that London has the general public. In addition to the year each museum presents a festival, carnival promotion or recognition of this in the tourists.

British Museum

    London British MuseumAddress: Great Russell Street, London WC1, England, UK
    Phone numbers: information desk:+44 (0)20 7323 8299
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0017:30
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website: British Museum

One of the best museums of the world, the museum has around 7 millions of objects and presents all the history of the human. Take the history of the 5 continents illustrating every place of the world across the line of the time. The museum was established in 1753 but the first opened for the public was in January 1759.

Design Museum

London Design Museum
    Address: 28 Shad Thames London SE1 2YD
    Phone numbers: 020 7403 6933
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0017:45
    Cost of entry: 11 Adults, 10 concessions, 7 students
    Website: Design Museum

A major design museum in the world. In 2007 he was named the second best museum of the year by The Times. It has 2 floors and a basement, apart from a special area of museum design. It was founded in 1989 and became the first museum of modern design.

Natural History Museum

London Natural History Museum
    Address: Cromwell Road London SW7 5BD, UK.
    Phone numbers: +44 (0)20 7942 5000
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0017:50
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website: National History Museum

It is one of the three largest museums of Exhibition Road Avenue, has more than 70 million objects. The five most important collections are those corresponding to the areas of botany, entomology, mineralogy, paleontology and zoology. Known worldwide for photos showing your central hall which exposes various dinosaur skeletons.

Science Museum

London Science Museum
    Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD
    Phone numbers: +44 (0)20 7942 4000
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0018:00
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website: Science Museum

This is the second longest museum Exhibition Avenue Road, also one of the major attractions of London. It was founded in 1857 and has about 300 000 items, has 8 floors including a basement, on basement floor and foundation. This also tells the story of many of the professions and organizes festivals 2 or 3 times per month.

The Victoria & Albert Museum

London Victoria & Albert Museum
    Address: Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
    Phone numbers: +44 (0)20 7942 2000
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0017:45
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website:Victoria and Albert Museum

It is the third longest Museum Exhibition Road Avenue, contains a collection of different cultures and different themes, including: ceramics, glass, textiles, silver, jewelry, sculpture, architecture, painting and others. Founded in 1852, one of its main attractions is the architecture of the museum, carvings and designs of great artists.

Imperial War Museum

London Imperial War Museum
    Address: Lambeth Road London SE1 6HZ United Kingdom
    Phone numbers: +44 (0)20 7416 5000
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0018:00
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website:Imperial War Museum

The headquarters of the war museum in London and has the theme of the First World War and to a lesser extent on the Second World War; belongs to the national war museum. Over the years since it was founded in 1917, was growing and taking more seats of which 3 are in London and two in the rest of the country.

National Maritime Museum

London National Maritime Museum
    Address: National Maritime Museum: Romney Road, Greenwich London SE10 9NF Royal Observatory: Blackheath Ave SE10 8XJ
    Phone numbers: +44 (0)20 8312 6608
    Attention schedule: daily 10:0017:00
    Cost of entry: FREE
    Website:National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum is the largest such museum in the world. Created in 1934 and open to the general public on April 27, 1937. It has special lighting on the facade for the evening. It has three buildings which are: The National Maritime Museum, The Queen's House the both in the same address and Royal Observatory Greenwich in front of the other buildings.

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