London is a hub of art and culture. There is so much on offer in the city it can sometimes be overwhelming trying to decide on where to visit first. There are many galleries in London and each has its own incredible works and exhibitions, but these are just a few places to start your visit.
The Tate Modern is an art museum full of incredible contemporary and modern artwork. It features the likes of Dalo, Picasso, Warhol and Damien Hirst.
It sits on the banks of the river Thames and is the perfect place to visit if you want to soak up artwork, have an amazing view of the city and even have a bite to eat.
The Victoria and Albert Museum happens to be the world’s largest museum of art. It holds over two million objects and has an insane range of artwork to enjoy. Located in South Kensington, admission is free and it is also open seven days a week.
The V&A houses more than just traditional artworks, with fashion exhibitions, sculptures and many other forms of art and design. It is a must-visit location when in the city and has so much on offer for every art lover, regardless of taste.
The National Gallery lives in central London and is open 361 days a year meaning there is very little chance to miss a visit. It houses iconic works by da Vinci, Van Gogh and Botticelli.
There are usually a whole host of exhibitions and events being hosted at the national gallery and general admission is free making it the perfect place to spend a day. They hold family events as well as events for young people meaning there is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy regardless of age.
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