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The Best Museums in London

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Museums in London

National Gallery , London
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National Gallery houses one of the world's best collections of western European art. You can find larger collections at other galleries, but
Tours from $17
Natural History Museum
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Natural History Museum houses one of the world's largest collections of natural history specimens. Here you can see 70 million specimens in t
Tours from $28
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At Victoria and Albert Museum, see the world's largest decorative arts and design collection. The museum's 145 galleries span 51,000 sq m (12
Tours from $6
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Duration: 60 to 200 minutes
See the sights of London aboard an open-top, double-decker Big Bus as you admire 360-degree views of top attractions and listen to captivating commentary. Use your 24 hour, 48 hour, or 72 hour tickets on three different routes with audio narration, and hop on or off at any of the stops around town. A one-way River Thames cruise between the Tower of London and Westminster Pier (in either direction) is included with all tickets.
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See the development of human culture on every continent from prehistory to the present at The British Museum. The museum houses one of the la
Tours from $7
Military Museum
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At Churchill War Rooms, see how Winston Churchill and his inner circle directed the British war effort from this bunker complex. In the Cabin
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Where to stay in London

Many of London's main attractions are spread out, so nearby public transportation is key. There is no downtown area as such in London, and some of the least expensive hotels have more convenient access to tourist sites than the costlier ones. For a quintessential London experience, consider staying in the West End. This part of town offers excellent theaters, historical sites, and eating and shopping options for every taste. Lodging won’t be cheap, but you’ll have the colorful variety of London life right at your doorstep. Look at Notting Hill or Chelsea for charming and less expensive boutique hotels and B&Bs.
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