Posts Tagged: London Museums

The National Gallery of Art London

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London National Gallery

This is a post on how to visit the National Gallery in London. Situated in a prime location on the northern edge of Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery is the fourth most visited art museum in the world. It has a world-class collection of art, spanning centuries and artistic genres. Best of all, IT’S FREE! […]

What to Do in March in London

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London National Gallery

This post lists the many things to do in March in London, updated for 2018, including family-friendly, free, and night activities and attractions. March means slightly warming weather, but still with smaller crowds than busier months. Be sure to check out our extensive list of Things to Do in London, which includes links to other monthly […]

Things to Do in London

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Things to Do in London

This post is our guide to things to do in London, with tips on free things to do, suggested nighttime activities, things to do with kids, top attractions and other points of interest. We also provide ideas for exploring London’s vast and dynamic food scene. This post also provides subsections so that you could explore […]

Charles Dickens Museum

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This post is a short introduction the the Charles Dickens Museum in London with a tip for free entry.  Contained inside the previous London home of Charles Dickens, the Dickens Museum holds the world’s finest collection of Dickens-related items. Visited by Dickens enthusiasts from around the world, the Museum offers a unique perspective not only […]

The Palace of Whitehall – Banqueting House

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London river thames

The Palace of Whitehall, lost in a fire in the 17th century, was one of the largest and grandest palaces London had ever seen. Built nearly entirely out of gleaming white stone, the Palace of Whitehall was the site of celebrations, political manoeuvrings and even an execution. One part of the original palace still stands […]

London Itineraries for Museum Lovers

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London Itineraries for Museum Lovers – How to spend up to 5 days in London’s best museums. London is home to some of the largest and most interesting museums in the world. From ancient artefacts to natural curiosities, British paraphernalia to pieces from around the world – there is a museum for everyone in London! Best […]

The Imperial War Museum

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London ImperialWarMuseum

The Imperial War Museum is actually an organisation comprised of five locations around England – and three of them can be found in London (HMS Belfast / Churchill War Rooms). However, when in London referring to the ‘Imperial War Museum’ specifically means the war museum in the southern part of town. One of the most powerful […]

Things To Do In London on a Rainy Day

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London St. Pauls

Are you looking for things to do in London on a rainy day? It’s no secret that the weather in London can be rather unpredictable, but it wouldn’t be London without a little bit of rain! Although we get our fair share of glorious sunny days, there are also those that are wet, wet, wet. […]

London’s Best Military Museums

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London Churchill War rooms

With commemorations of the centenary of the outbreak of World War One well underway here in London, our military museums are now become better known and better celebrated than ever. For those with an interest of history in general, or those with a passion for military history, there is a wide array of museums based […]

Tate Modern | Free London Art Museum

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Free London Art Museum

If you are into modern art, the Tate Modern is a must-see lists when visiting London.  The world’s largest and most visited modern art museum, the Tate Modern hosts over 5 million visitors every year! Holding The National Collection of a British Art dating back to 1900, the Tate Modern is on the top of […]