Why not combine any two museums/galleries in this 4-hour highlights tour? All major museums and galleries are open to the public free of charge, but the choice of what to see can be overwhelming. Let Michael take the strain out of selecting what to see, (depending on your own interests of course), by selecting any two from the following list. Each visit will last approximately 90 minutes
The British Museum, of historical and priceless artefacts from around the world that includes the Rosetta Stone and the Parthenon Marbles.
The National Gallery, housing one of the great art collections of the world, including works by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Van Dyke and Monet.
Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum, a collection of designed objects and decorative arts, unsurpassed anywhere that includes costume, furniture, interiors, porcelain and jewellery.
Tate Britain Gallery, the home of British art from the 16th century to today. There is a changing display of the main collection that includes the Clore Gallery housing the most important collection of JMW Turner’s paintings.
Museum of London, a collection of artefacts and extensive displays covering two thousand years of history in the city; from a Roman villa interior, to the Olympic Cauldron used at the 2012 London Games.
Tate Modern, opened in the year 2000, this former industrial building now houses one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world.
*The tour cost is for a group of up to 10 persons and NOT per person. So, for example, a group of 5 persons the cost is £45 per person. The fee does NOT include admission to any of the sites, or travel costs. Mine are covered.