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  • 1. Dulwich Picture Gallery

    Dulwich

    Designed by Sir John Soane, Dulwich (pronounced dull-ich) Picture Gallery was the world's first purpose-built art museum when it opened in 1811 (the recent extension...Read More

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  • 2. Leighton House Museum

    West Holland Park

    Leading Victorian artist Frederic (Lord) Leighton lived and worked in this building on the edge of Holland Park, spending 30 years (and quite a bit...Read More

  • 3. Royal Academy of Arts

    Mayfair

    Burlington House was built in 1664, with later Palladian additions for the 3rd Earl of Burlington in 1720. The piazza in front dates from 1873,...Read More

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  • 4. Tate Modern

    Bankside

    This spectacular renovation of a mid-20th-century power station is one of the most-visited museums of modern art in the world. Its great permanent collection, which...Read More

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  • 5. The Courtauld Gallery

    Covent Garden

    One of London's most beloved art collections, The Courtauld is to your right as you pass through the archway into the grounds of the beautifully...Read More

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  • 6. The Queen's House

    Greenwich

    Next to the National Maritime Museum, you'll find the Queen's House, home to a changing selection of the extraordinary Royal Museums Greenwich art collection. The...Read More

  • 7. The Wallace Collection

    Marylebone

    With its Great Gallery stunningly refurbished, there's even more reason to visit this exquisite gem of an art gallery—although housing one of the world's finest...Read More

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  • 8. Victoria and Albert Museum

    South Kensington

    Known to all as the V&A, this huge museum with more than two million items on display in 145 galleries is devoted to the applied...Read More

  • 9. Design Museum

    Kensington

    Located in the former Commonwealth Institute, this museum was the first in the United Kingdom to place everyday contemporary objects in a social and cultural...Read More

  • 10. Graffik Gallery

    Notting Hill

    Not everyone thinks graffiti can be a bonus to the urban landscape, but those who do should head for this leading gallery of contemporary street...Read More

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