Chiswick House & Gardens
See old masters on display in this manor, which features neo-Palladian interiors designed by William Kent and architecture inspired by ancient Rome and 16th century Italy.
National Portrait Gallery
One of the nation’s most prominent galleries, more than 150 years old, with works depicting famous British people in paintings, drawings and photographs.
World-class international modern art in the transformed Bankside Power Station, now with a new wing.
Natural History Museum
Astounding collections at this family-friendly museum, with exhibits ranging from the Images Of Nature gallery to dinosaur skeletons and fossils.
House of Illustration
The UK's only public gallery dedicated solely to illustration, founded by Sir Quentin Blake.
King's Cross St. Pancras
Documenting Jewish history and culture in the UK from 1066 to today, including a lifelike representation of the Jewish East End immigrant quarter.
Bank of England Museum
Explore the story of the bank from its foundation in 1694, to its status today as the UK's central bank.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The V&A’s outstanding collection of fine and applied arts spans 3,000 years and includes fashion, paintings, photographs and ceramics from around the world.