With more than 2,500 iconically designed museums, the UK is one of those countries that never fails to impress its visitors from throughout the globe.
Along with preserving the cultural heritage, these museums display the rich history of the United Kingdom. Probably, that’s why even millions of people despite flight anxiety visit here & relish a visual treat.
Herein, we are listing 10 most-visited & must-to-visit museums in the UK for a virtual ride unlocking excitement:
The British Museum-
This place is an apt illustration of British class and sophistication depicted in art. The moment you enter here, you can feel like diving into the two million years old human history in real life. If you are visiting here in a group of 10 or more, you may need to follow the ‘Advance Booking’ process otherwise the entry is FREE.
The only charges one is required to pay are at the shops, exhibitions, tours or events held inside the museum area. There are 60 FREE galleries showcasing history & culture.
While giving you the leverage of sneaking into the details via audio guide, tours, and talks, object trails & much more. And yes, to control your hunger pangs, restaurants are serving delectable royal meals. The popularly known restaurants include- Court Cafe, Coffee Lounge, Pizzeria, Montague Cafe, and Great Court Restaurant.
Victoria and Albert Museum-
Referred to as the world’s leading museum of art & design, this place is well-recognized for displaying artistic exhibitions, theatre & performances & much more. Named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, there are more than 2.27 million objects to view. The best part: it’s FREE to visit & explore.
Even if you are afraid of flying frequently, you will wish to fly to Manchester to see this museum. Why? Well, to witness the art of anthropology, archaeology, and natural history.
On average, 430,000 visitors come to see this museum annually. What makes this museum a perfect family holiday destination is a clean baby changing rooms, gift shops, wheelchair access for needy & enormous cafes.
Mary Rose Museum-
It’s hardly a five-minute walk from Portsmouth Harbour. You can easily commute either by train or bus. First opened in 1984, the Mary Rose Museum is a tribute to the 16th century Tudor Navy warship Mary Rose. You can avail entry passes to this museum for £8–16.
Churchill War Rooms-
This historic museum in London is also one of the five branches of the Imperial War Museum. The Churchill War Rooms unravel the insights of war & diplomacy during the historic WWII.
If you have a London Pass, you can enter the museum using it. The must-to-see places there include- the Map Room, Cabinet War Room, Churchill’s Bunker, historical documents, Telephone Room, etc. In general, the Churchill War Room entrance ticket costs $30.61.