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Science Museum
“Amazing building and with great exhibits all year round. enjoy the ice rink in the winter and the butterfly garden in the spring. ”
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美術館
“Great museum to visit for the Arts, culture, fashion, architecture and many more.”
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History Museum
“Home to the Rosetta Stone, this is the largest museum in London and a must see. It can definitely fill up a whole day, so plan ahead”
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Science Museum
“The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London. It was founded in 1857 and today is one of the city's major tourist attractions, attracting 3.3 million visitors annually.”
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美術館
“Iconic. Look out for Tate lates on Friday nights for vibes cocktails and DJs here. V fun ”
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美術館
“An amazing collection of Modern art much of which can be accessed for free.”
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Museum
“See the wax figures of London's famous people including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her family! ”
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美術館
“The National Gallery is an art museum in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster, in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900”
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画廊
“Until 2000, this museum on the bank of the Thames housed the UK’s contemporary art collection. Always an attractive museum, the galleries were cramped and too much was held in storage but the opening of Tate Modern has solved the problem, leaving the original building to concentrate on British art. The start of 2017 has seen a hugely popular David Hockney exhibition (although this does cost extra) but the permanent collection includes a trio of paintings by Whistler, an unrivalled collection of Turner paintings, plus Stanley Spencer, Francis Bacon and Henry Moore.”
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Observatory
“An observatory situated on a hill in Greenwich Park, overlooking the River Thames. It played a major role in the history of astronomy and navigation, and because the prime meridian passes through it, it gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time.”
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“Home of Prince William and Princess Kate. Gardens are amazing especially over Spring and Summer. There is a cafe there which is a little pricey. But visitors can take their own snacks and sit around.”
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画廊
“Must visit for Art lovers. Enjoy the exhibits and spend some time in Duke of York Square for dining and shopping.”
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劇場
“tourist attraction , life play on open stage. with booked tikets in advance”
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History Museum
“The IWM London has had on a major refit - by Foster & Partners architects - which opened in 2014 to coincide with the centenary of the start of World War I. The Central Hall is still the attention- grabbing repository of major artefacts: guns, tanks and aircraft hung from the ceiling (not least a Harrier GR9 that saw action in Afghanistan). Terraced galleries allow this section of the museum to also show a Snatch Land Rover from Iraq and an Argentine operating table from the Falklands. The already extensive World War I gallery has been expanded, and leads into the original displays for World War II. The museum’s tone darkens as you ascend. On the third floor, the Holocaust Exhibition (not recommended from under-14s) traces the history of European anti-Semitism and its nadir in the concentration camps. Upstairs, Crimes Against Humanity (unsuitable for under-16s) is a minimalist space in which a film exploring contemporary genocide and ethnic violence rolls relentlessly.”
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Museum
“Great museum with all amenities for parents with children. There's a great cafe inside and often lots of interactive options. Only a short 10 minute walk or bus ride and can keep small ones entertained for a long time on a rainy day.”
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画廊
“Based in Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery is one of the most popular Art Galleries in the city. Dating back to 1824, the gallery is home to a massive collection of 2300 paintings, some of which are as old as the 13th century. Whether you’re looking for the works of Turner, Holben or Van Gogh, you’ll find some recognisable classics dotted around the gallery. One item of note about the national gallery is in the fact that it was not taken from an existing collection from royalty or nobility but was instead stemming from a collection of 38 paintings which were bought from John Julius Angerstein, a patron of the arts in the 19th century.”
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