The Victoria And Albert Museum in London is the worlds leading museum of art and design. This art museum houses a collection of over 2 million objects which span across 5000 years of human creativity. Here you will find some of the greatest resources for the study of architecture, furniture, fashion, photography, jewellery, theatre and performance to just name a few. You can view the collections more closely by clicking here. From ancient Chinese ceramics to Alexander McQueen evening dresses, take an incredible journey through the span of thousands of years of human creativity. The team here are very knowledgeable when it comes to the museum so please don’t hesitate to speak with someone if you need anything during your visit.
Leading Art Museum London
There is a vibrant and exciting programme of events and courses for primary, secondary, college students and teachers. The learning academy at our art museum offers adult courses too. Let us know about any special requirements prior to visiting and we will always do our best to accommodate them. Looking after our visitors is our top priority, so our staff are eager to get your feedback in person. We’re always open to suggestions, and it’s really helpful to hear what our visitors think.
Museum Of Design And Performance
To find out more about our art museum or any of the exhibits here then head over to our website. You can alternatively get in touch and speak to one of our friendly team. They will be happy to answer any questions and provide some more information. Remember the museum is free entry to the public but it is advised to secure your tickets early online to avoid disappointment on the day. You can get your tickets by using the link below.
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