The British Museum located at Great Russell St, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3DG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 020 7323 8299

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Sue King

5 Google Rating

Free to enter but there is considerable pressure to make a donation. There are free maps with basic

5/ 5

Free to enter but there is considerable pressure to make a donation. There are free maps with basic information to help you find your way round if buying the big colour guide is not your thing. There is a free app with some great information about exhibits. Weekends and school holidays the ford room is a dedicated space for families to eat a picnic and take some time out. A great place to visit. Some exhibit do require a paid ticket.

Maria Gutierrez Bañez

5 Google Rating

I love this museum. It is a must on your visit to London. You will see an incredible building from

5/ 5

I love this museum. It is a must on your visit to London. You will see an incredible building from the outside, but as you walk inside is even more impressive. If u are lucky and is Sunday is even better. After the first impression of that incredible building you have plenty of rooms completely full of amazing things from all around the world. I highly recommend to visit. But it is a really busy place. So if you go early you will enjoy the museum even more. Especially the Egypt area because is one of the busiest part of the museum.

Drew Caperton

5 Google Rating

Simply the world’s best in terms of artifacts, history lessons, and collections of books. It’s f

5/ 5

Simply the world’s best in terms of artifacts, history lessons, and collections of books. It’s free, safe, orderly, and the security is helpful and friendly. Additionally, the gift shop has an array of wonderful choices that are fairly priced. Lastly, there are various kinds of foods available that are also fairly priced. I have been every time I’ve gone to London (6 times over the last 10 years), and I never tire of it. The Rosetta Stone is worth seeing all by itself.

Vinod Menon

5 Google Rating

One of the must visits while you are in London. I thought of spending around 1 hour at the Museum an

5/ 5

One of the must visits while you are in London. I thought of spending around 1 hour at the Museum and finally was in for 4 hours. The Museum clearly shows the human history across the globe and evolution of human race. It was really a great experience to view the history of many cultures - Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Indian etc. I was fascinated with the collection and information they have. Quite amazing. Do not miss BM if you are in London. The entry is free and if you feel like donating, there are options kept.

Kathleen Stattel

5 Google Rating

One of the most stunning collections of antiquities in the world. The statues are awe inspiring. The

5/ 5

One of the most stunning collections of antiquities in the world. The statues are awe inspiring. The exhibits are well organized with information that links the artifacts. I couldn't take it all in in one visit...just did the ancient history this time. The stories of the archaeologists are almost as interesting as the context for the objects. The Enlightenment galleries were huge libraries of books and ancient objects. Wow. For the tourist as well as a serious student of history, this is your London museum. And everyone needs to gaze at the Rosetta Stone and pretend to understand it.

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