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Links to the London Museums and Libraries

There is a great range of Museums within London, visit their websites here:
The British Museum has outstanding collections that cover world cultures from Prehistory to the present day. Visit their website for information about the galleries, collections, special exhibitions and events. View the collections and take online tours.
How about a trip to the British Library. Use this site to search their catalogues, order items for research, view exhibitions and link to information resources worldwide. The Library conserves knowledge for future generations. It is the UK's leading research library.
The Imperial War Museum, the multi-branch national museum of war and wartime life from 1914
HMS Belfast served throughout WW2 and took part in the Normandy Landings. She is a unique reminder of Britain's 20th century naval heritage. You can explore the ship from her Quarterdeck all the way down to her massive Engine Rooms!
How about a trip to the Jewish Museum. It opens a window onto the history and religious life of the Jewish community in Britain and beyond. It seeks to recover and preserve the diverse roots and heritage of Jewish people in Britain, and to increase knowledge and understanding about Jewish life and history.
The National Gallery, London, houses one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world. These pictures belong to the public and entrance to see them is free.
The National Portrait Gallery was founded in 1856 to collect the likeness of famous British men and women. Today the collection is the most comprehensive of its kind in the world.
The Natural History Museum is the UK's national museum of natural history, and a centre of scientific excellence in taxonomy and biodiversity. The Museum's mission is to maintain and develop its collections and use them to promote the discovery, understanding, responsible use and enjoyment of the natural world.
The Royal Academy is an independent fine arts institution which supports contemporary artists and promotes interest in the arts through a comprehensive and ambitious exhibition programme. Today their exhibitions attract more than a million people each year, putting the Royal Academy among the top ten attractions for paying visitors in London.
Royal Air Force museum in Hendon. From a total collection of well over two hundred aircraft, some eighty full-size aircraft from all over the world are displayed under cover on the historic site of the original London Aerodrome. These include the legendary Spitfire and Lancaster Bomber.
How about a walk up the steps to follow in Princess Diana’s footsteps when she got married but of course in the history of this Marvellous Cathedral that was just a normal day - If you haven’t yet seen it have your eyes opened wide in amazement.
The Science Museum's web site offers information on the history of science, industry and medicine and how their impact on our lives. Online exhibitions, view the collections, special events and information for visitors.
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre situated on the South bank of the River Thames in London is both a working theatre and outstanding education centre.
How about a trip to the Museum of London? The Museum of London Group represents a quarter of a million years of history and over seven million modern Londoners. Their collections include over a million items. Discover many of them in their galleries or on their website.

Or, The Tate Gallery? - County Hall Gallery
The Dalí Universe is a 3000 square metre permanent exhibition space in central London dedicated to Salvador Dali, the greatest surrealist, self-publicist and artistic genius of the twentieth century, and featuring over 500 works of art never before exhibited in the UK - a unique opportunity to view Europe's most important collection of Salvador Dalí's art works. - Anthropology and Natural History
The Horniman Museum is a free, family friendly museum with exhibits from around the world to delight adults and children alike. It has nationally and internationally important collections which cover musical instruments, anthropology (world cultures) and natural history. The Museum also incorporates extensive gardens, an aquarium, an animal enclosure and a research library. - Museum of Tea and Coffee
The London tea trade has, for generations, conducted the business of unloading ships, marketing, blending and packing on both sides of the Thames close to London Bridge. Although the tea auctions were held north of the river, the South Bank boasted many prestigious warehouses. Also nearby is the George Inn with its original seventeenth century coffee room.

Kenwood House (The Iveagh Bequest)
Kenwood House contains mainly 17th and 18th Century paintings. However, a link can be made with the section on the Royal Academy, because some of the chief artists of the time when the Academy was set up are well represented in the collection at Kenwood. - Charles Dickens Museum
Or how about "Gone Astray" and "Can I have Some More Please"

Don't Forget the Nurses

Try some Medical museums

What about an art gallery?



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