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Discovering

London


1. Instructions 2. V&A 3. Naturaal History Museum 4. Science Museum 5. The National Gallery 6. The British Museum 7. Museum of London 8. Tate Modern 9. The London eye


1. Starting at South Kensington station, Walk to the Natural History Museum.

3. The walk up exebition road and visit the Science Museum. 4. At South Kensington Station get on a district line (Green) or the circle line (Yellow) to embankment. from there you walk to the National Gallery. 5. After we have visited the National Gallery, you walk to trafalgar Square and get the 29 or 24 bus at stop C and get off at Totenham Court Road and then you walk to the British Museum. 6. To get to the Museum of London you will get the Centeral Line (Red) from Holbourn Station and get off at St Pauls and you can get a bus from Procter Street at stop H then get a 512 or a 8 and get off at King Edward street. from there walk to the museum of london.


2. After you have visited the V&A walk accross exhabitioon road and you can visti the Natural History Museum.

7. from there you walk to Bank Station/ Queen Victoria Street and get a 388 bus from stop MC and get off at the mellennium Bridge and walk to Tate Modern.

8. From Tate Modern you can walk to the London Eye or Get a River Taxi from Bankside Pier to the london eye.


V&A Getting to the V&A Museum:

Start at sounth kensingtion station and its a short walk 10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays (selected galleries remain open after 18.00) free entery but some exhibitions may cost.


The V&A was established in 1852. The Victoria and Albert Museum’s collections span two thousand years of art in virtually every medium, from many parts of the world, and visitors to the

museum encounter a treasure house of amazing and beautiful objects. The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s greatest museum of art and design


The Natural History Museum

Getting to the Natural History Museum Walk across the road.

10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays (selected galleries remain open after 18.00) Free intery but some exhibitions may cost.


The Mu

Getting to the Science Museum: Walk down the road

10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays Entry to the Museum is free, but charges apply for the IMAX 3D Cinema, simulators and for some special exhibitions.


Science useum

The Science Museum as an institution has been in existence for about a century and a half. It has its origins in the Great Exhibition of 1851, held in Hyde Park in the huge glass building known as the Crystal Palace.

The popularity of the exhibition ensured a large financial surplus, which its patron Prince Albert suggested should be used to found a number of educational establishments on the land available nearby.


Getting to the National Gallery: At South Kensington Station get on a district line (Green) or the circle line (Yellow) to embankment. from there you walk to the National Gallery. 10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays Entry to the museum is Free


The National Gallery


Getting to the British Museum:

Walk to trafalgar Square and get the 29 or 24 bus at stop C and get off at Totenham Court Road and then you walk to the British Museum 10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays Entry to the Museum is free


The Brithish Museum The Science Museum as an institution has been in existence for about a century and a half. It has its origins in the Great Exhibition of 1851, held in Hyde Park in the huge glass building known as the Crystal Palace.

The popularity of the exhibition ensured a large financial surplus, which its patron Prince Albert suggested should be used to found a number of educational establishments on the land available nearby.


The Mu of Lon

Getting to the Mus

To get to the Museum of the Centeral Line from H get off at St Pauls and yo Procter Street at stop H t walk to the museum of l

10.00 to 17.45 daily 10.00 to 22.00 Fridays Free Entery but some ex


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xhibitions may cost.


Getting to Tate Modern;

Walk to Bank Station or Queen Victoria Street and get a 388 bus from stop MC and get off at the mellennium Bridge and walk to Tate Modern. Opening times 10.00–18.00, Sunday – Thursday Last admission and ticket sales to special exhibitions is at 17.15 10.00–22.00, Friday – Saturday Last admission and ticket sales to special exhibitions is at 21.15


Tate Modern

Since it opened in 2000, Tate Modern has established itself as the most-visited art gallery in the world. Displaying a comprehensive collection of modern international art since 1900, its treasures include one of the finest museum

collections of Surrealism, with works by Dal铆, Magritte and Mir贸. Early modernist movements are represented by Picasso, Mondrian and Matisse. There is Pop Art by Warhol and Lichtenstein and Abstract Expressioniest works by Pollock and Rothko.


The London Eye Getting to the eye:

From Tate Modern you can walk to the London Eye or Get a River Taxi from Bankside Pier to the london eye. Adults (16+) £19.20 Child (4-15 yrs) £12.30 From the top of the London Eye you can things about 25 miles away. On a clear day, you can make out Windsor Castle. It is one of the highest viewing platforms in London (the viewing platform of the Shard is higher). It takes 30 minutes to complete a revolution and doesn’t have to stop for passengers to

step on and off. The London eye took 7 years to construct and was designed by a number of architects including, Mark Sparrowhawk, David Marks and Julia Barfield. More than 3 and a half million people every year go on the London Eye and it can carry 800 people on every revolution.


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