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National Maritime Museum
The world's largest maritime museum is spread over several sites, originally part of 19th-century school for seafarers' children.
Cutty Sark (for Maritime Greenwich)
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.
One of the world’s leading museums of contemporary design and architecture.
High Street Kensington
V&A Museum of Childhood
Charming museum with a national collection of childhood objects dating back to the 16th century.
London Transport Museum
Located in the Grade II-listed Flower Market, the museum displays the story of London's transport system.