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Visiting Victoria and Albert Museum London

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Creativity knows no bounds. Experience some of the most beguiling works of the greatest artists that the world has witnessed ever at Victoria and Albert Museum. Get amused by some of the greatest treasures of human creativity spanning over a time period of around 5000 years at the museum that boasts to be the greatest museum of art and design in the world. The Victoria and Albert museum offers a diverse collection of work ranging from every possible medium.

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Expand your creativity at Victoria and Albert Museum

Expand your creativity at Victoria and Albert Museum

The Three Graces

The Three Graces

Of the extensive collection at the museum, the most prized possession of the museum is The Three Graces, a beautiful sculpture by Antonio Canova. The beautiful sculpture is phenomenal combination of classical imagery and techniques displaying the mythological daughters of Zeus is carved out on marble. The sparkling structure effortlessly catches your gaze amidst other treasures of the gallery.

Limewood Cravat

Limewood Cravat

Do wooden apparels exist? Well, they do exist in Victoria and Albert Museum. Limewood cravat by Grinling Gibbons is a delicately designed lace cravat on wood by Grinling Gibbons. Horace Walpole who was a champion of the wood-carver, Grinling Gibbons even wore this wooden apparel while entertaining foreign dignitaries.

Tippoo's Tiger

Tippoo's Tiger

Tipoo's tiger is a life-sized semi-automated wooden sculpture which was looted from India by the British army in 1799. It previously was a prized collection of Tipoo Sultan from where it was looted. The piece displays a western army man been mauled by an eastern tiger. On turning the crank, the arms of the man move up and down. Upon reaching England, the work became one of the most famous attractions of the Indian Museum and now is a popular exhibit of Victoria and Albert Museum.

Coronation Day

Coronation Day

Coronation day by Cecil Beaton is a highlight of the museum. Cecil Beaton's photographs of the royal family provides a glimpse of the image that the royal family carried. The photographer has clicked several photographs of the Queen on many significant occasions of her life. One such photograph was clicked on her Coronation in 1953. Named as Coronation Day, the photograph is one of the significant collections of the museum.

Sack Back Brown Gown

Sack Back Brown Gown

The Sack Back Brown Gown is an excellent piece of craftsmanship. It is a 18th Century dress constructed with painted silk and is an exquisite example of Rococo style.

Victoria and Albert Museum London Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets

The museum provides free admissions. Hence you are not required to book any tickets for it. However, certain major exhibitions at the museum do charge a separate entry fee. The tickets to such exhibitions can be bought online as well as offline.

How To Get Around

The Victoria and Albert museum with its over hundred galleries is a big place. It would be difficult to discover everything in a single go. But to make the exploration easy, the museum provides interactive maps that you can download on your mobile phones for easy access of the place. You can learn about various galleries, the events happening around and know the location of various facilities at the museum using the maps.

What Should I Wear

London is a cool and stylish city wherein you would encounter diverse styles. So, wear whatever you like. There is no dress code to the museum, hence, anything and everything from trousers to short to skirts and t-shirts to tank tops will do fine. Wear good footwear as the museum is large. Comfortable shoes will help you in exploring the museum easily.

Victoria and Albert Museum London Facts

Best Time to Visit

Victoria and Albert Museum opens daily from 10:00 am to 5:45 pm and on Fridays it opens from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. However, certain galleries at the museum close after 6:00 pm. Also, the museum remains close from 24th December to 26th December. You can experience the enchanting beauty of the museum whenever you wish to but the best way to see the collection is to visit when the crowds are less. Thus, if you wish to make the most of your tour then try reaching the museum early morning when it opens or in the weekdays when the crowds are less.



Will I Need a Guide

The Victoria and Albert Museum is a prime attraction of London, thus, is easily accessible from every corner of the city. You will not have any trouble in reaching the place on your own, therefore, the services of a guide are not required to reach the museum.
Further, you can easily explore it by downloading the interactive app of the museum on your smartphone that efficiently guides you through the place.

How To Get There

Upon reaching London getting to Victoria and albert Museum is quite an easy job. London has an extensive transportation system with metro rails, tubes, buses, light rails running through the city. You can reach Victoria and Albert Museum easily by taking any mode of transportation. The nearest station to the museum is South Kensington Tube station which is at 4 minutes distance from the museum.

Additional Info

Photography and filming are allowed inside the museum. Budding artists can also enjoy sketching at the museum. There are stools provided for artists to sit and draw their creations. However, for safety reasons only graphite and colored pencils are allowed to be used in the museum premises. Visitors are expected to not touch or harm the collection at the museum.