Museums in London
FREE LONDON ATTRACTIONS – MUSEUMS
London is an expensive city to live in or to visit but you might be surprised how many Free London Attractions are out there. Here is some of free London museums and the list is certainly longer!
14 Museums in London to Visit for Free
The British Museum – a museum of the world, for the world, with over two million years of human history and culture
Victoria and Albert Museum – the world’s greatest museum of art and design
Museum of London – tells the story of London and its people. It holds the largest archaeological archive in Europe.
The Natural History Museum – a home to over 70 million natural history specimens, from spiders and giant squid to dinosaur bones, mosses and meteorites
Science Museum – a London museum and library of science. Exhibitions cover all areas of science and technology.
The Royal Air Force Museum – a museum dedicated wholly to aviation. Hosting an aircraft collection, special exhibitions, interactive resources, artwork, engines, photographs, uniforms, medals, education facilities and screening films. The Museum takes an innovative, interactive approach.
The Bank of England Museum – here you will find out about the Bank of England from its foundation in 1694 to its role today as the United Kingdom’s central bank.
The Geffrye – Museum of the Home – a beautiful collection devoted to the history of the home, showing how interiors and gardens reflect changes in society, life style and taste over the past 400 years
The Grant Museum of Zoology – a zoological museum in London at University College London, founded in 1828 as a teaching collection
National Army Museum – a museum dedicated to the British Army
Museum of Childhood – a V&A Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green in London
Horniman Museum and Gardens – as they describe themselves: inspiring, surprising, unique. Open since Victorian times.
Sir John Soane’s Museum – ‘the best house-museum in the world’
Imperial War Museums
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