Official websites of National Museums.
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The British Museum
Dating from at least 1753. Contains the national collection of antiquities, coins, medals and paper money.
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The Imperial War Museum
Founded in 1917. Occupies the former site of Bedlam Mental Hospital. Records Commonwealth military operations since the First World War.
The Museum of London
Tells the story of London from prehistoric times to the present day. Overview, exhibitions, events, collections, community, archaeology, education, sales, press and photos.
The National Army Museum
Created in 1960 to hold the history of the British army.
National Maritime Museum
Incorporating the Royal Observatory, Greenwich and Queen's House. Promotes understanding of the history and future of Britain and the sea.
The National Museums and Galleries of Wales
Amgueddfeydd ac Orielau Cenedlaethol Cymru. Comprised of various national Welsh museums and galleries.
National Museums Liverpool
Controls various museums and galleries in and around Liverpool.
The Natural History Museum
Dating from around 1860, the museum contains the national collection of geology and natural sciences.
The Royal Air Force Museum
Holds the history of aviation in Britain.
The Science Museum
Opened in 1857 to house collections of transport, agricultural machinery, photography, film and television.
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Began in 1852. Holds a collection of fine and applied art and design, plus the museums of Childhood, Theatre and Wellington.
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