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.
Exhibition Review – Superbugs: The Fight For Our Lives at the Science Museum from 9th November 2017 to Spring 2019
Exhibition Review – Skylark: Britain’s Pioneering Space Rocket at the Science Museum from 13th November 2017
Exhibition Review – Murillo: The Self Portraits at the National Gallery from 28th February to 21st May 2018
Exhibition Review – Yto Barrada: Agadir at the Barbican from 7th February to 20th May 2018
Exhibition Review – Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography at the National Portrait Gallery from 1st March to 20th May 2018
Display Review: Whitechapel’s fatberg at the Museum of London – 9th February to 1st July 2018
Exhibition Review – Venom : Killer and Cure at the National History Museum from 10th November 2017 to 13th May 2018
Exhibition Review – Ocean Liners: Speed and Style at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 3rd February to 17th June 2018
Exhibition Review : Expectations of the Past by Louise Weir at the Charles Dickens Museum – 13th March to 29th April 2018
Review : Handel and Hendrix Exhibition in London at Brook Street
Exhibition Review : Andreas Gursky at the Hayward Gallery – 25th January to 22nd April 2018
Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins at the Barbican Art Gallery - 28th February to 27th May 2018