Situated on Cromwell Road, Knoghtsbridg, the Victoria and Albert museum is the worlds largest museum of decorative art and design. With 4.5 million objects housed within its walls, ita a great collection of furniture, clothing, jewellery and art.
The museum was founded in 1852 and was named after Queen Named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the Victoria and Albert Museum has had over 3 million visitors in 2015. Admission is free making it even more appealing to visitors.
We visited the Victoria and Albert Museum in February as a birthday treat for our daughter. It came about because my daughter said in the queue for the Natural History Museum that she didn't want to go in. I told her that there were lots of princess outfits which of course she believed, she was very disappointed to find there were no costumes inside. She loved looking at all the outfits from different decades and the jewellery and imagining who would wear them.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is vast housing 145 galleries. The galleries are from different eras and different parts of the world, filled with artefacts from the floor to ceiling. We really enjoyed it.
We had a quick look in the gift shop and as with most gift shops in museums, it was very expensive.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is a great place to visit and I would highly recommend going for a look if you are in London.