Victoria and Albert Museum

Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
Great britain, London
Categories: Museums London
Visit: Free
Rating 9.7
10 Based on 3 reviews
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Victoria and Albert Museum

Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
Great britain, London
The Victoria and Albert Museum is located in the exclusive London area of ​​South Kensington. It is the largest and first museum of decorative and applied arts in the world. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria of Great Britain and her husband Albert. The museum's collection includes original sculptures, paintings, interior items, as well as theater collections.
Victoria and Albert Museum
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All reviews (3)
Traveled 6 years ago
Rating 10
The museum amazes with an abundance of exhibition items, 3 days were NOT enough for me. to see this museum in its entirety. Very beautiful expositions, recently opened hall number 170a with a magnificent. a huge collection of gold and silver things - vases. trays. other utensils. I also saw diamond necklaces there for the first time in my life. brooches and in general - all the stones that I have never seen in my life. And what beautiful expositions of clothes and life of the 17th-20th centuries in Britain and beyond.
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Traveled 7 years ago
Rating 10
If you ever find yourself in London, be sure to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum. It is just a few minutes walk from the Natural History Museum. The Victoria and Albert Museum is unique in that it includes an extensive and varied collection of arts and crafts and design. In the numerous galleries of the museum you will see the heritage of many world cultures, including architecture, painting, sculpture and much more.
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Traveled 9 years ago
Rating 9
Huge museum, many areas of art. Little by little, an hour a day, your life is just enough to inspect it. It will be interesting here for children aged 10-60, who have not yet run out of creativity. The thing is that the museum demonstrates not only works of art, but also the process of their creation. And this was done in an interactive manner (on monitors with touchscreens), a physical manner (in the form of a set of semi-finished products of varying degrees of readiness) or a dynamic manner (when a real workshop is located behind the shelves with ceramics, in which a real master creates a real master piece).
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