2 FOR 1

2 FOR 1

Take your Eurostar ticket to the museum


All major museums and galleries in London are free to visit and, in addition to their impressive collections, they frequently organise exhibitions on the most varied themes, each and every one exceptional. You get to see these too, all with 2 for 1 entry, just by showing your Eurostar ticket.

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Exhibition of the month

You say you want a revolution?
Records and Rebels 1966 – 1970
Victoria and Albert Museum


10.09.2016 – 26.02.2017
From Hendrix to The Who, Woodstock to World Fairs, civil rights to space exploration, explore the revolutionary impact of the late 1960s on the era itself and the way we live now in a unique, immersive musical odyssey.

IMAGE RIGHTS:Blow Up, 1966 © MGM / THE KOBAL COLLECTION

The British Museum

A masterpiece in its own right

The British Museum has built its rich collections from the times of British colonialism and is unequivocally one of the finest museums in the world, tracing the entire history of mankind.

Tube: Holborn
Address: Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG

 

Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s greatest museum of art and design

At the V&A, you'll discover a 3,000 year history of objects, including ceramics, furniture, sculptures, clothing and paintings, as well as cutting edge exhibits of couture and costume.

Tube: South Kensington
Address: Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL

 

Tate Modern

Seven floors of art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries

This old red brick power station plays host to the largest collection of British art in the world, as well as its awe-inspiring experiential exhibits in the massive Turbine Hall.

Tube: Southwark
Address: Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

 

Tate Britain

The home of British art

Founded by Sir Henry Tate in 1897, Tate Britain has one mission: to represent the work of artists born or living in Britain that have not been selected by the National Gallery. As a result, it has one of the largest and most eclectic collections in Europe.

Tube: Pimlico
Address: Millbank, Westminster, London, SW1P 4RG

 

The National Gallery

Unmissable pilgrimage for any art lover

The National Gallery boasts over 2,300 European paintings from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century. There, you can explore works from Monet, Manet, Van Gogh, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Rembrandt and many more.

Tube: Leicester Square or Charing Cross
Address: Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

 

National Portrait Gallery

From rock stars to royalty

The National Portrait Gallery is an expansive homage to the art of the portrait throughout history to the present day. Photography and paintings are displayed side by side, honouring Tudor kings, football stars and even political caricatures.

Tube: Leicester Square or Charing Cross
Address: Trafalgar Square, London, WC2H 0HE

 

Royal Academy of Arts

Classic art in the heart of Piccadilly

Led by the Royal Academicians, a group of eighty celebrated artists and architects, the Academy is home to world renowned exhibitions, Britain’s oldest art school and the UK’s only marble sculpture by Michelangelo.

Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Green Park
Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD

 

Science Museum

Interactivity for the whole family

Packed with interactive galleries for the whole family, the Science Museum is home to many inventions - the Apollo 10 rocket, a sweater knitted with wool from Dolly (the first cloned sheep), a robot who can play rock-paper-scissors and much more.

Tube: South Kensington
Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD

 

The British Library

Britain’s national library

This iconic building is home to the UK's national library and unique exhibition galleries. It features world-famous and unique documents like Shakespeare’s First Folio of 1623.

Tube: King's Cross St Pancras or Euston
Address: 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB