Over seven millions objects from all over the world are housed in this impressive museum of human history and culture
Imperial War Museum
Occupying the former Bethlehem Hospital for the Insane , the Imperial War Museum is the national museum of 20th century conflict. Founded in 1917, the museum not only contains a fascinating display of the vehicles and weapons of war.
Museum Of Brands, Packaging & Advertising
From Cornflakes to Ker-plunk, Spacedust to Spacehoppers, take a nostalgic tour through 200 years of British consumerism with Robert Opie’s unique creation. Enter the museum’s time tunnel as it transports you from the Victorian era to modern marketing and the new millennium, stopping off to examine the Edwardian craze for ping-pong, the beginnings of radio and television, two World Wars and the Swinging 60s.
Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms
The underground headquarters used by Winston Churchill and the British Government during World War Two are located in the heart of ceremonial London. Visitors can view a complex of 21 historic rooms, including the Cabinet Room, Transatlantic Telephone Room and Map Room, protected by a reinforced concrete slab.
Home to one of the world's most magnificent collections of science, industry, technology and medicine, the Science Museum is one of London's most hands-on and interactive museums. Funded by the profits of the Great Exhibition of 1851, it started life in the 19th century as part of Prince Albert's grand scheme to promote industrial technology.
London Transport Museum
The museum travels back through the 200-year history of public transport, arranged according to several themes: London Transport's famous design heritage, the poster collection, public transport during both World Wars and plans for the capital's development in the twenty-first century.
Sir John Soane Museum
Soane was born in 1753, the son of a bricklayer, and died after a long and distinguished career, in 1837.
Soane designed this house to live in, but also as a setting for his antiquities and his works of art. After the death of his wife (1815), he lived here alone, constantly adding to and rearranging his collections. Having been deeply disappointed by the conduct of his two sons, one of whom survived him, he determined to establish the house as a museum to which 'amateurs and students' should have access
National Maritime Museum
Located in the heart of historic Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum houses the most important collection of objects relating to the history of Britain at sea
National History Museum
Here you'll find Dinosaurs - the ultimate prehistoric exhibition, Creepy-Crawlies - guaranteed to have you scratching in seconds, Human Biology - the must-see exhibition about the evolution of the species, The Power Within - a sensational earthquake experience, and Ecology and Mammals
V & A Museum
With over 145 galleries to explore and over 4 million items, the V&A is one of the most influential museums of decorative and applied arts in the world.