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V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum

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The world's greatest museum of art and design.The V&A's collections are unrivalled in their diversity. Explore historical and contemporary art and design, including works of art from many of the world's richest cultures. Admission free.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL, England
Knightsbridge
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+44 20 7942 2000
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Reviewed today

Not only do you get to see some great collections and shows but....the restaurant/tea room has to be the best in the world.

Thank Jodi S
Reviewed today

Spent too much time in one section, we didn't manage to see everything we intended to. We had list of items we wanted to see but didn't manage it. Didn't realize there was a courtyard with paddling pool, everyone relaxing there eating lunch, looked lovely.

Thank brendar0berts0n
Reviewed today via mobile

Amazing exhibition however tickets were not checked so at times too many people in the exhibition Staff helpful and friendly Cafe expensive AVOID £3.50 for a can of diet coke Lots areas to sit Toilets need a re think Very cramped if a queue

Thank Debi L
Reviewed today

Thoroughly enjoyed my visit at the V&A. It was nice to rekindle the many wonderful memories from my visits as a student researching the historical aspects of the extensive art collection.

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Reviewed today

The building itself is a fantastic one to walk through. The rooms are spacious and you should not forget to look up to the ceilings as they are worth a visit in itself. It is a bit of a labyrinth though so I recommend taking...More

1  Thank bestregards f
Reviewed yesterday

We love dropping in to the V&A. We tend to just do a few rooms on each visit as there is a lot to take it. All the displays are stunningly presented and most are photographer friendly. It's a lovely calm atmosphere and real pleasure...More

Thank SteveR3541
Reviewed yesterday

This was my first visit to the V&A. It was really interesting and had a lot of fascinating art. I liked the way it was arranged by periods.

Thank Izzyhays
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I’ve been to the V&A on countless occasions, the paid exhibitions are always beautifully curated as is the permanent collection. Hours pass in minutes. Past highlights for me include a visit to the very seldom open to the public loft accessed by a hidden staircase....More

Thank Fiona D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The best Museum on earth! I go to V&A at least 5 times a year and every time I go there is something new and great to see and explore! Highly recommended!!

Thank Iorio
Reviewed yesterday

Even with Flu I went to the Frida Kahlo exhibition today. Spent an hour there. Gradually I kept thinking I wonder what Frida Kahlo would have thought of it. Atmosphere wise it was dark tomblike, to many people on top of each other, the most...More

Thank Blue L
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mary r
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Response from TommyTomThomas | Reviewed this property |
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10 August 2018|
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Response from liza d | Reviewed this property |
10.45 on a Monday morning. It was not overcrowded. Quite civilised and they were holding back people who were trying to get in early. I would say early on a weekday.
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Rachel B
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No men . Be ready to be very patient . You can read my comments. Was last Wednesday.
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