London is one of the World’s museum capitals with an estimated 240 museums, add in countless Art Galleries and you will find your spoilt for choice for that cultural fix.
Since the turn of the 21st century, the larger museums have spent millions on new extensions and improvements.There has never been a better time to explore Britain's cultural legacy and millions do that every year.
Perhaps the best news is most are free, so even if you are a tight budget there is a wide range of places for you to visit.
Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet at the Royal Academy from 30 June to 29 September 2019
Messengers by Bridget Riley at the National Gallery
Display Review – Leonardo’s Legacy: Francesco Melzi and the Leonardeschi at the National Gallery from 23 May to 23 June 2019
Exhibition Review – Bartolomé Bermejo: Master of the Spanish Renaissance at the National Gallery from 12 June to 29 September 2019
Exhibition Review: Natalia Goncharova at Tate Modern from 6 June to 8 September 2019
Exhibition Review- Global Dickens: For Every Nation Upon Earth at the Charles Dickens Museum from 14th May to 3rd November 2019
Exhibition Review – Feliks Topolski: Drawing Debden, at the Bank of England Museum from 1st October 2018 to Summer 2019
Review : Handel and Hendrix Exhibition in London at Brook Street
Review : The British Museum reopens its Mitsubishi Corporation Japanese Galleries – 27th September 2018
Exhibition Review: Secret Rivers at the Museum of London Docklands – 24th May to 27th October 2019