V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum

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Culture-Museum Eat & Drink-Cafe

The V&A Museum houses a world-leading collection of performance, art & design - and over 2.3 million objects spanning over 5,000 years. Many of the UK's national collections are held here - as well as study resources for the fields of theatre, performance, furniture, fashions, textiles, photography, sculpture, glass and other arts. Beginning as a Museum of Manufactures back in 1852, it was renamed in 1899 when Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone. The building is also considered one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Great Britain. Admission is free. The museum has 3 cafes: The Main Cafe, The Garden Cafe and The Courtyard Cafe. Cloakrooms are available: £1 coats, £3 cabin bags, £5 large bags. Photo credits: Amy-Leigh Barnard, unsplash.com
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  • Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2RL, UK
  • Entry
    Standard Free
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    Physical 1
    Culture 5
    Fun 2
    Education 5
  • Tags
    Rainy day
    Family friendly
    Tourist must-do

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