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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 Guided Tour of The Victoria and Albert Museum - 3 Hour
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Secrets of the Victoria and Albert Museum - Private Tour
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London: Victoria and Albert Museum Private Guided Tour
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V&A Victoria and Albert Museum Guided Tour in South London
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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.


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


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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