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The Victoria & Albert Museum (also known as the V&A) was founded as the Museum of Manufactures in 1852, and today is the world’s leading design museum. Home to over 2.3 million objects dating back over 5,000 years, the museum specializes in furniture, fashion, textiles, jewelry, and many more physical art forms from around the world. Entry is free, but take a guided tour to get the most out of your trip!
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Private Victoria & Albert Museum Tour: Greatest Collection of Arts and Crafts
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Your tour begins at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London’s Victorian centre of art and crafts created by the Royal Couple. It is now a museum of Arts and Crafts from all countries, styles and periods. Apart from the main collection of oil paintings and watercolours (with the emphasis on the British ones and a collection of  Constable’s oil sketches), sculptures and architectural examples, the museum contains the world’s finest collection of applied arts such as weapons and armours, tapestries and carpets, jewellery and theatrical costumes and scenery,  furniture and ceramics, fashion and modern design.  Visit the famous Cartoons for tapestries which Raphael created for pope Leo X and the recently refurbished Renaissance and Medieval Galleries and the more recent Baroque Galleries.
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Private Walking Tour of the Victoria and Albert Museum 
Make the most of your visit to London and take this private tour to the Victoria and Albert museum (V&A) with a Blue Badge certified guide. This option guarantees you a more personal attention and service from your guide.You will be led to the most important areas of the museum with a vast and detailed explanation of the pieces and exhibitions it has to offer.
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V&A Museum - supervised children's tour 
Book your child into the V&A Museum (Supervised Children's Tour) with Musement. Let your child explore the history of fashion and design on this creative tour of the V&A.
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Private Tour: Royal Victoria and Albert Museum 
Your 3 hour tour accompanied by your art historian guides begins at the main entrance to the V&A Museum in Cromwell Road at 10 am or 2 pm. This is London’s Victorian centre of Art and Crafts dedicated to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The main collection is of oil paintings and water colours (famous for Constable’s oil sketches), sculpture and architectural samples and the World’s finest collection of applied arts such as silver, jewellery, bronzes and carpets, armours and tapestries, theatrical costumes etc.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

The museum is open daily from 10 am to 5.45 pm, except on Fridays when the museum closes at 10 pm. The museum is closed on December 24, 25, and 26. The museum cafés, the National Art Library, study rooms, and archives may have different opening times.

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Entry to the museum is free but special exhibitions may carry an extra charge.

Address:

Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road
London, SW7 2RL

How to get there:

The easiest way to the Victoria & Albert Museum is via London Underground to South Kensington station (District, Circle, and Piccadilly lines) then following the signs through the underground tunnel to the underground entrance. The museum can also be reached via bus numbers 14, 74, 430, and C1. Parking in the area is extremely limited, wherever possible visitors should arrive via public transport. There are 12 accessible parking bays on Exhibition Road, near to the museum entrance, these are for both visitors to the museum and local residents.
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