Built for millionaires, Eltham Palace displays the glamour and
decadence of the 1930s. Stunning interiors reflect a
masterpiece of contemporary design. Set in beautiful gardens, it
also boasts a moat...
The Estorick Collection was formed by Eric Estorick (1913-1993)
and his wife Salome (1920-1989) during the 1950s. The Canonbury
Square building was refurbished to house the Collection and opened
The Fashion and Textile Museum is solely dedicated to
showcasing developments in contemporary fashion, as well as
providing inspiration, support and training for those working in
the industry. ...
Visit Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum and learn about the
proud history of the Gunners.
We aim to give you an insight into artillery and enable you to
understand the role that Gunners and...
Florence Nightingale was the most influential woman in Victoria
Britain after Queen Victoria herself.
Travel through three exciting pavilions where you will relive
Discover the thrill of flying in a Red Arrows jet during one of
their sensational aerobatic displays. With stunning 3D vision and
flight simulator technology, see and feel what it's like in...
The Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling
Hospital,Britain'sfirst home for abandoned children and London's
first public art gallery. The Foundling Museum houses the
2FOR1 Foundling Museum
Step into Sigmund Freud's London home after fleeing
Nazi-occupied Austria. Discover his intriguing study and
world-famous psychoanalytic couch. See rare film footage of the
Freud family, as well as...
2FOR1 Freud Museum
The Garden Museum is the only museum in Britain to celebrate the
design, history and art of gardens.
The Museum holds three major exhibitions on various aspects of
garden design each year and the...
2FOR1 Garden Museum
George Bellows (1882-1925): Modern American Life at the Royal
Academy of Arts is the first retrospective of works by American
realist painter George Bellows to be held in the UK. When Bellows