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This is a list of museums in London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. It also includes university and non-profit art galleries. As of 2016, there were over 250 registered art institutions in Greater London.

List of museums in London



source : www.artfund.org

To use the sortable table, click on the icons at the top of each column to sort that column in alphabetical order; click again for reverse alphabetical order.

Defunct museums



source : www.museumoflondon.org.uk

Visitor figures



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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) publishes monthly visitor figures for the public sector museums and galleries which it sponsors, which include most of the leading museums in London. The most popular London museum in the private sector is The Sherlock Holmes Museum. The totals of the financial year to 31 March 2008 were as follows:

  • Tate Modern and Tate Britain â€" (see note) 6,769,949
  • British Museum â€" 6,037,930
  • National Gallery â€" 3,914,000
  • Natural History Museum â€" 3,613,953
  • Science Museum â€" 2,711,680
  • Victoria and Albert Museum â€" 2,280,759
  • National Maritime Museum â€" 1,765,814
  • National Portrait Gallery â€" 1,645,680
  • Imperial War Museum â€" 759,571
  • Horniman Museum â€" 477,894
  • Wallace Collection â€" 335,349
  • V&A Museum of Childhood â€" 332,844
  • Museum of London â€" 316,992
  • Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms â€" 306,600
  • HMS Belfast â€" 258,941
  • Museum of London Docklands â€" 100,834
  • Sir John Soane's Museum â€" 93,427
  • Geffrye Museum â€" 80,352
  • Theatre Museum â€" 6,852 (closed permanently in August 2007)

Tate Modern and Tate Britain are on separate sites two miles apart, but the DCMS only publishes a single combined visitor figure for them. Tate Modern is widely reported to attract the more visitors of the two, but it is not clear whether it received more visitors than the British Museum on its own.

The UK Government publishes visitor figures for its own establishments. The majority of government-funded museums stopped charging admission fees in 2001 and, although this was challenged in 2007, this has remained the case. Following the removal of admission charges, attendances at London museums increased, with a large percentage of the 42 million annual visitors nationwide.

See also



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  • Albertopolis
  • Museum Mile, London
  • The London Museums of Health & Medicine
  • Culture of London
  • Category:Tourist attractions in London

References



source : en.wikipedia.org

External links



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  • London's best unsung museums â€" Time Out London
  • New Exhibitions - Exhibition listings; includes comprehensive list of commercial art galleries in London.


source : en.wikipedia.org

 
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