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The world's greatest museum of art and design.The V&A's collections are unrivalled in their diversity. Explore historical and contemporary art and design, including works of art from many of the world's richest cultures. Admission free.
I love this museum the museum by its own it’s fantastic. Specially the garden in the middle is very nice to spend time there even to do a picnic. Also the restaurant is very nice they have a nice variety of food to pick from...More
I love stopping here for a moments calm. The exhibits are free (apart from the headline exhibitions) so you can have a little potter then go to the outdoor cafe and paddle in the fountain. The only problem is a the cafe is very expensive!
This is my very favourite place in London. I have spent four days here travelling through Medieval Europe through to the English Regency period. The Casts Court is a real treat and the jewellery ....! The Islamic exhibiiton with the wonderous carpets is also not...More
There was a very important exhibition I needed to see at the V&A it was Opera: Passion, Power and Politics. I knew I had to see it but what I discovered was far beyond what I had imagined. The exhibition was out of this world,...More
This is by far my favorite museum in the UK. Being the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, you will always feel fulfilled each time you visit this beautiful building. I sometimes go just to have a wander and visit random displays I...More
I came to London to see Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up exhibition.
I found the exhibition interesting, but disappointing at the same time.
It was great to see all the photographs, jewellery and the clothing in person, but the part of the exhibition that...More
From the main enntrance to the contents this museum is a must to visit. We visited primarily for the Frida Khalo exhibition which was first class and so everything else was a bonus....Such wonderful artifacts in such beautiful surroundings.The centre courtyard was an oasis of...More
When millions of tourists want to shop 'til they drop, they do it along Brompton Road and its boutique-lined tributaries, including the world-renowned Harrods. And when millionaires want to flaunt what they've already got, many of them find Knightsbridge and Belgravia the perfect place to do so, often behind stately mansion walls or down quiet private mews. Delve beyond the ultra-luxe exterior and you'll find some of this
city's cosiest pubs, quiet gardens, and all sorts of indie retailers and enterprises worth a short exercise in spontaneous window shopping. For those looking to take a break from shopping, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and some of the city's most popular museums are nearby.
I had to wait in line for half an hour. One of the museum warders told me it was because after days of unbroken sunshine, it was a cooler day so a hoard of V&A members had decided to visit the exhibition. They get priority... More
I had to wait in line for half an hour. One of the museum warders told me it was because after days of unbroken sunshine, it was a cooler day so a hoard of V&A members had decided to visit the exhibition. They get priority 'boarding' and can visit without a prearranged time-slot. Guess I was unlucky as it did spoil my enjoyment of the exhibition.