Museums in London - Page 1

Find museums in London. Listings include Saatchi Gallery, British Museum, National Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, Madame Tussauds London and Natural History Museum, London. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 01/25/20
    #OTD Clockmaker Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy was born. Vulliamy donated our precious Falling Ball Clock to the Society in June 1850. Now residing in the Library, it is an elaborate and highly interesting t...
    > Society of Antiquaries of London
  • 01/24/20
    Spin into the weekend and let the music play! In his series WORLDRECORDS, Kai Schäfer photographed some of the 20th century's most iconic LPs on a record player. As well as turning an artistic eye t...
    > HENI
  • 01/24/20
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    > The Who Shop
  • 01/24/20
    #PortrayingPregnancy is now open! Until 26 April explore paintings, prints, photographs, objects and clothing from the fifteenth century to the present day, and discover the different ways in which pr...
    > The Foundling Museum
  • 01/24/20
    Here's a splash of colour to brighten up a rather gloomy morning... ☁️⁠ ⁠ If it's a mood boost that you're after then look no further! The Mini Picture Show at Bankside Gallery is full of fabulous art...
    > Bankside Gallery
  • 01/24/20
    The frost sparkles in the early morning sunshine at Scotney Castle in Kent. Which is your favourite garden to visit in the winter? Find a garden near you: bit.ly/WinterGardensLSE Scotney Castle ©Na...
    > National Trust London and South East
  • 01/23/20
    Guess the era of this well stocked pantry to be in for a chance to win two annual tickets! Comment your answer and share this post to be entered into our monthly prize draw. Join our mailing list here...
    > Museum of Brands
  • 01/23/20
    #OnThisDay in 1570, James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, became the first recorded head of state to be assassinated by firearm. He was killed by a follower of Mary, Queen of Scots, after Mary was forced ...
    > Society of Antiquaries of London
  • 01/23/20
    With so many different techniques and tools available to use for making an original print, deciding on just one can prove a little tricky...⁠ ⁠ ...So we've devised a short quiz to help you choose the ...
    > Bankside Gallery
  • 01/23/20
    This is tonight!
    > Keats House Museum
  • 01/23/20
    Come and visit us! We have special group rates & we can also host birthday parties at our Creams Café, enquire now at [email protected]! 🧟‍♀️🧟🧟‍♂️🤡 . . #thingstodoinlondonwithkids #londonbridge #scar...
    > The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs
  • 01/23/20
    This distinctive profile belongs to Queen Elizabeth I. Dating from 1562, this silver six pence was used as a token at the Foundling Hospital. #TokenThursday
    > The Foundling Museum
  • 01/23/20
    In the series of work, ‘Us + Chem’, Blondey openly addresses and confronts issues relating to mental health; the country’s treatment of depression and anxiety in young people and the over-reliance on ...
    > HENI
  • 01/23/20
    "Someone told me early on that no-one would take me seriously as an artist while I spent too much time on the SWE [Society of Wood Engravers]... but in fact the opposite has been true." - Hilary Paynt...
    > Bankside Gallery