Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum - The Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum has reconstructed the cramped laboratory in which he discovered penicillin to its original appearance, complete with bacteriological equipment, penicillin artefacts, a video and exhibition and photographs of Fleming.
Bank Of England Museum - Discover the history of the Bank of England. From its foundation in 1694 to its existance in the present day.
Bramah Tea & Coffee Museum - Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum is the world's first museum devoted entirely to the history of tea and coffee.
British Museum - Established in 1753 with the acquisition of Sir Hans Sloane’s collection of antiquities and art, the British Museum is the oldest museum in the world and is now home to over four million exhibits. These range from and include archeological items, prints, drawings, natural history artefacts, coins, sculptures and other treasures.
Cabinet War Rooms - For six years these rooms housed and sheltered Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet and were the nerve centre of Britains war effort during the Second World War.
Clockmakers Museum - The Clockmakers Museum houses a priceless collection of clocks, watches, portraits and tools which trace the history of watchmaking and clockmaking in the City of London from the reign of Henry VIII to the present day.
Cutty Sark - The most famous and last surviving tea clipper, beautifully preserved and restored to its former glory in a specially constructed dry dock on the banks of the River Thames.
Design Museum - An educational insight into contemporary design and architecture. Located on London's South Bank by Tower Bridge
Dickens House Museum - Museum dedicated to the life and works of Charles Dickens. The museum building was the home of Dickens from 1837 to 1839.
Fan Museum - The Fan Museum is located within a pair of Grade II listed buildings built in 1721 and is the only museum in the world devoted entirely to every aspect of fans and fan making.
Firepower - Located within the historic Royal Arsenal in Woolwich, Firepower museum houses the collections of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, and recounts the history of the Regiment and the development of artillery from the ballista of Roman times to the missiles of the present day.
Florence Nightingale Museum - The Florence Nightingale Museum aims to grow as the international centre for preserving Florence Nightingale's heritage and interpreting the relevance of her life and work for the benefit of the present and future generations. Located in Lambeth, South London.
Freud Museum - The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. The centrepiece of the museum is Freud's library and study, preserved just as it was during his lifetime.
Geffrye Museum - Small museum set in Grade I listed 18th century former almshouses in Shoreditch. Opened in 1914, the museum recreates domestic English interiors of every era and is the only museum in the UK to show a specialist collection of English furniture and decorative arts in a chronological series of period rooms.
Golden Hinde - The Golden Hinde is an exact scale, fully operational reconstruction of Sir Francis Drake's 16th century square rigged galleon which sailed round the world from 1577-1580. The floating museum offers a unique opportunity to look at life on board a 16th century ship, which was once home to 60 people.
HMS Belfast - HMS Belfast is a cruiser. It was launched in March 1938 and served throughout the Second World War. A tour round this huge and complex warship will take you from the Quarterdeck up to the top of the Bridge and all the way down through nine decks to the massive Boiler and Engine rooms.
Horniman Museum - Founded in 1901 by Frederick Horniman, a Victorian tea trader, the Horniman Museum houses an internationally important natural history collection containing some 350,000 objects and related items.
Imperial War Museum - The Imperial War Museum examines the role of Britain and the Commonwealth in conflicts since 1914. Experience the smells, sights and sounds of a first world war trench, or life in one of London’s air-raid shelters.
Jewish Museum London - Opens a window into the history and religious life of the Jewish community in Britain and beyond.
Kew Bridge Steam Museum - The museum is housed in a magnificent 19th Century Pumping Station and features nine steam pumping engines of varying type and design. The collection includes the "Grand Junction 90", the world's largest working beam engine originally used to pump West London's water supply for more than a century.