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Home to some of the world’s finest galleries and museums, London is a paradise for lovers of art and history. There’s so much to enjoy – but where do you begin? At Annika Hall Guides. With our unique tailor made tours, we bring you the pick of the city’s finest cultural highlights, helping you to discover and explore their treasures for yourself.

UNLOCKING LONDON’S GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

Combining world renowned permanent collections with ever-changing exhibitions and chic restaurants, London’s museums and galleries are a smart, modern and vibrant part of the city’s culture. Annika Hall Guides tours are the best way to enjoy them. Read More...

Our tours are for everyone. If you’re new to London or just visiting, we’ll really open up the city and provide one of the highlights of your holiday. If you live nearby, why not book a tour as a family treat, or to keep your house guests entertained? If you’re interested in a particular aspect of art or history, you can explore it in depth with one of our tours. If you’re looking for a memorable evening’s entertainment, you can book a guided tour with friends followed by a drink or meal in the museum restaurant. If you’re searching for a fabulous birthday gift for someone that already has everything, a tour makes a present with a difference. And if you’re planning a trip to foreign lands such as Egypt, India or Turkey, you might want to brush up on your local culture with a tour of the British Museum or V&A.

In short, there are lots of reasons to experience our tours. We’ll help you discover the wealth of beautiful treasures and fascinating must-see collections on offer in London’s museums and galleries.

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Upcoming Tours

26 Apr Greenwich

Half an hour’s boat journey from central London and closely associated with Greenwich Mean Time and the Royal Observatory, Greenwich is a perfect outing with plenty of museums and palaces to visit.

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The famous tea clipper Cutty Sark is located next to the charming Georgian town centre. There are many royal associations; Henry VIII and Elizabeth I were both born there and Russian Tsar Peter the Great learnt ship building nearby.

Our typical visit includes a tour of the Royal Observatory to learn more about the history of correct time keeping and a visit to the splendid Painted Hall in the Royal Naval College where Admiral Lord Nelson lay in state after the victory that cost him his life at the Battle of Trafalgar. For more information on Admiral Nelson The Maritime Museum is the ideal place. Lunch consisting of Fish & Chips at Cutty Sark Tavern, located by the Thames, provides that special maritime feeling.

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Greenwich

16 May V&A Exquisite Jewels

The famous gallery at the V&A is probably the best place in the world for fabulous jewellery.

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We will see beautiful pieces such as the ‘Armada Jewel’ possibly a gift from Elizabeth I, Cartier’s ‘Tutti-Frutti’ bandeau bought by Lady Mountbatten and learn about some illustrious owners like the Marchioness of Londonderry seen/depicted in a painting outside the gallery literally bedecked in gem stones, some of which are on display.

Maybe followed by an expresso in the V&A Members’ Room designed by Carmody Groarke and with a view of Amanda Levete Architects Exhibition Road entrance, entirely covered in porcelain tiles.

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V&A Exquisite Jewels