Victoria and Albert Museum

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WHAT TO SEE

 

If you only decide to visit one museum in London, then it should definitely be Victoria and Albert Museum. Here, you will find the world greatest displays of art and design including fashion, books, glass, theatre, jewellery, architecture, photography, metal work from various time periods. You can see medieval displays but also surreal and contemporary pieces.

The museum was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It has a permanent display of over 4,5 million objects! This makes it the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design.

HOW TO GET THERE

 

victoria and albert map

Address: Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL

Nearest underground stations are:

South Kensington station (Piccadilly, District, Circle line)

Knightsbridge station (Piccadilly line)

Visit Victoria and Albert website for more ‘getting there’ suggestions here

Use London Transport journey planner typing from and where you’re going to

 

WHAT ARE THE OPENING HOURS

Every day 10am – 5.45pm

Friday 10am – 10pm

 

HOW MUCH IS THE ADMISSION FEE

Free (except special displays)

 

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.vam.ac.uk

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