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Tours - Museums and Galleries

V&A Introduction

Considered by many to be the world’s finest collection of decorative art, The Victoria & Albert Museum, known affectionately as the V&A, features everything from […]

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V&A Family Tour

Join me for a weekend afternoon tour of the V&A.  We will travel across the far corners of the building covering many continents and centuries discovering huge silver […]

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V&A Splendour of the Mughals

The Nehru Gallery houses a collection of Indian art which is unrivalled outside of India. Our tour will provide a taste of the brilliance of […]

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V&A Exquisite Jewels

The famous gallery at the V&A is probably the best place in the world for fabulous jewellery. We will see beautiful pieces such as the ‘Armada […]

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V&A Elegance of Islamic Art

Focusing on similarities of ornament used by the different Muslim dynasties, our tour of the Jameel Gallery looks at court art such as a fabulous […]

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V&A Medieval and Renaissance Treasures

Exploring the highlights of the Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, our tour encompasses masterpieces from 300AD to 1600. These include the famous Becket Casket made in […]

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V&A World’s Finest Carpets

Many of the world’s most famous carpets can be found in the V&A’s incredible collection. Our new tour looks at Indian, Persian and Ottoman carpets, […]

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V&A from Henry VIII to Queen Victoria

Our tour of the famous British Galleries follows the story of how the Kings and Queens of Britain initially emulated the decorative arts of rival […]

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V&A Exquisite Lines of Japanese Art

Towards the end of the C19th, when Japan emerged from a 200-year-long slumber, everyone – especially artists – was transfixed by what they saw. The […]

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V&A European Treasures 1600-1815

We will see European art and design made in Europe by its finest artists and craftsmen for discerning leaders of taste such as Louis XIV, […]

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V&A 20C Scandinavian Design

Scandinavian design has long been described as the most important design movement since World War II. We will look at 20th century Scandinavian design icons […]

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Tate Britain, from Hogarth to Hockney

Tate Britain is a perfect place to see the development of British art from Tudor times up to today. We can smile at charming early […]

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Somerset House, a Hidden Gem

We start by visiting the neoclassical buildings of Gothenburg born, 18C architect Sir William Chambers’ and then see the new Miles Stairs by architect Eva Jiricna (designed V&A’s Jewellery Gallery). We end in the Courtauld […]

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Design Museum

Terence Conran’s dream finally came true. With a lot of excitement the new Design Museum opened 2016. It is housed in a famous 1960s building […]

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National Portrait Gallery

We will take a journey through British history via portraits, starting with the fabulous Ditchley portrait of Queen Elizabeth I and ending with the stimulating […]

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National Gallery

Quite simply one of the finest collections of art in the world, The National Gallery is filled with more than 2,500 priceless paintings belonging to […]

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Wallace Collection

Sometimes described as the ‘hidden jewel’ of London’s art galleries, The Wallace Collection is one of the world’s finest private collections of art. This gloriously […]

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Kenwood House

The famous C18th architect Robert Adam was asked to glorify an early C17th country house off Hampstead Heath. The result is an elegant, neo-classical villa […]

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British Museum

The British Museum features some of history’s greatest treasures such as the Egyptian mummies. Many of the objects on display have been key to understanding […]

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