The sugar-baron Henry Tate founded the "National Gallery of British Art". He transcribed his collection to the nation and britain built this museum in 1897. The museum displays British art from 1500 until today. Here you will find the great works of "William Turner".
The London Natural History Museum opened its doors for the first time in 1881. The neo-Romanesque building with Byzantine elements offers a magnificent setting for dinosaurs, whales and geological treasures. Admission is free, except temporary exhibitions.
Prince Albert built the "Museum of Applied Art and Design" as an example for the population. Since 1852, the museum has built up the world's largest collection in this field. The Victoria and Albert Museum shows sculptures, paintings, architectural models, furniture design, and all kinds of objects from all over the world.
The "Whitechapel Gallery" is one of the best places to see art in London. High-class exhibitions of contemporary art have made the Whitechapel Gallery famous. The gallery was founded to show art in East-London, there is a café and a bookstore and everyone is welcome.