Three of London’s best Museums


London is perhaps most well-known for its royal family, attractions, and history. But city also evokes its history through its museums and galleries. We’ll be finding out which of these sites you should visit during your stay in the town so that you can experience the most delightful experience possible.

With London’s eclectic range of museums, you can explore the fantastic rich history here with ease. If you’re looking for an accommodation that puts you close to many of the top museums in the city, consider the M by Montcalm Hotel, one of the Montcalm hotels in the city.

The National History Museum

If you’re looking to spend a great day out at the Museum, then the National History Museum should be your first pit-stop. With a range of special events, exhibitions, and facilities – you’ll enjoy the variety and historic insight this museum has to offer.

In essence, The National History Museum isn’t just a place you come to see different artefacts; it’s full of exhibitions and interactivity. On top of that, there’s an Ice Rink just outside the venue – which is open between the 29th October 2015 and the 3rd January 2016. The National History Museum is open at 10AM most days, and tends to close at 5:50PM.

V&A Museum

The V&A Museum

With 150 galleries across seven floors, you’ll find a range of furniture, ceramics, sculpture, paintings, posters and jewellery at this museum. It’s officially the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, and those who are fascinated by fashion will be enthralled by the sheer grandiosity of the V&A museum. It’s found on Cromwell Rd by South Kensington station.

The Science Museum

If you have children, then visiting the Science Museum is a must. With educational experiences that include a flight simulator and an Apollo 10 replace, those who have a curiosity for science will find themselves in their favourite world. The Science Museum demonstrates the value of technology and how far it’s come. It’s found on Exhibition Road also found by South Kensington Station.

By visiting these three museums, you’ll get a visceral insight into what shaped the country’s and city’s identity, and learn to appreciate the more nuanced side of the capital. Plus, you’ll spend less on your visit to tourist attractions, making your leisure experience in the capital both more affordable and convenient.