London Museum Private Tour – 4 or 8 hours
4 hours: visit one museum or gallery, and enjoy a London panoramic private London tour
8 hours: choose a combination of two or three stops, and a London panoramic
London Museums’ are some of the best in the world, characterised by core collections and changing exhibitions housed in glorious buildings. Custom create your private Museum and Gallery tour based on your interests and passions.
Explore why London is one of the world’s finest greatest culture capitals of the world on a London Museum private tour. Choose the galleries you want to visit or combine your visit with a personal London tour.
The British Library – The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom holding over 150 million items, highlights of which include: the world’s earliest printed book, the Diamond Sutra; an original copy of the Magna Carta; Europe’s earliest printed book, the Gutenberg Bible; a first edition of Shakespeare’s plays; a first edition of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
The British Museum – The magnificent British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture. Founded in 1753 it houses one of the world’s great collections of treasures from ancient civilisations and is London’s best loved museum.
Museum of London – Discover the history of London at the Museum of London. The Museum of London tells the story of the world’s greatest city and its people. From prehistoric times to the present day and every era in between there are around one million items in the Museum’s core collections.
National Gallery – The National Gallery houses Britain’s greatest art collection – with 2,400 paintings spanning 500 years of European art history including works by Botticelli, Raphael, Rubens, Manet, Van Gogh and Turner.
National Portrait Gallery – The National Portrait Gallery is home to the UK’s largest collection of portraits – from photographs, paintings to sculpture. Portraits feature both famous and less well known Britons. Discover Kings and Queens – from the Tudors to Queen Elizabeth II. Get to know scientists from Sir Isaac Newton to Charles Darwin.
Natural History Museum. One of the largest museums on London’s Museum Mile, the building houses a collection of 70 million plants, animals, fossils – as well as everyone’s favourite: the dinosaurs.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. For all theatre and writing lovers Shakespeare’s Globe theatre is a faithful recreation of the 16th century theatre – where some of the Bard’s greatest plays were performed.
Tate Britain. Tate Britain holds the largest collection of British art in the world – from 1500 to the present day. Here you’ll find masterpieces by Gainsborough, Hogarth, Millais, Whistler, as well as outstanding modern and contemporary artists such as Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, and Damien Hirst.
Tate Modern. Self-styled ‘Power House of Art’ housed on seven floors of a huge converted power station, it contains one of the world’s greatest collections of modern art. From Dali to Da-Da and Picasso to Pop-Art.
Victoria & Albert Museum. This wonderful space houses the world’s biggest collection of decorative arts. From medieval sculpture to jewellery and ceramics this is an exceptional collection of fine arts and design.