Londons free museums and galleries infographic details are all here now! Here we will let you know about the London museums and also about the art galleries of this city so check out these details! Science Museum, it was founded in 1857. It has 3.3 million visitors annually.
You can have the free entry in the Bank of England Museum too, it was opened in 1988. It is located within the Bank of England in this City of London. It is free of charge on weekdays. National Maritime Museum, it was founded in 1937. It is leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and also the largest museum in the world.
Geffrye Museum, it was founded in 1914 and named after Sir Robert Geffrye who was a former Lord Mayor of London. Guildhall Art Gallery was completed in 1999, it is a stone building. Horniman Museum and Gardens, it is a museum with aquarium and also stuffed animal and all kinds of musical instrument collections. National Potrait Gallery house a collection of portraits of all the historically important British people, it was opened in 1856.
We have National History Museum, Museum of London, it was opened in 1976., Royal Festival Hall is a 2,500-seat concert in London, situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, V & A, Museum of Childhood and British Museum- here you can also have the free entry.
The Saatchi Gallery, Wellcome Collection, The Wallace Collection, The Scoop and Tate Modern also offer you free entry. The Royal Mail Archive, BFI Mediatheque, Sir John Soane’s Museum and Whitechapel Art Gallery and also The Photographers Gallery offer you free entry. Just visit these London’s free museums and galleries and let us know your feedback too that how much you liked these museums and galleries of this city!
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