London Canal Museum - Situated in King's Cross, the London Canal Museum details the history of London's canals and inland waterways, from their use as trade routes to today's more leisurely pursuits.
London Transport Museum - Occupying the former Covent Garden Flower Market, the London Transport Museum houses a vast collection of buses, trains, trams and trolleybuses used to transport London's masses over the last 200 years.
Madame Tussauds - One of Londonís top attractions, Madame Tussaudís is a museum that lets visitors mingle with their favorite film stars, be counted amongst world leaders, or get a picture with sporting heroes. Actually, all of this is true, only the celebrities are made of wax.
Marx Memorial Library - The Marx Memorial Library comprises a comprehensive specialist collection of over 150,000 books, pamphlets and periodicals covering all aspects of Marxism, Socialism and the history of working-class movements from the 1840s to the present day.
Museum of Garden History - Founded in 1977, the Museum of Garden History is the world's first museum dedicated to the history and development of gardens and gardening in Britain.
Museum of London - The largest, most comprehensive city museum in the world, telling the fascinating story of London from prehistoric times to the present day.
National Army Museum - The National Army Museum is the British Army's own museum, located in a Grade II listed building in the heart of Chelsea. As well as chronicling the campaigns and battles fought by the British over the last 500 years, the Museum's displays illustrate the social history of the British Army from Agincourt in the fifteenth century to the present day.
National Maritime Museum - The museum is located in Greenwich and is the largest maritime museum in the world, covering every aspect of ships and seafaring in peace and at war, from pre-history to the present day. It is housed in Queen's House and includes the Royal Observatory, further up the hill.
Natural History Museum - The Natural History Museum is the United Kingdom's national museum of natural history and is a centre of scientific excellence in taxonomy and biodiversity. It houses unrivalled collections of plants, animals, minerals and fossils.
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret - The roof garret of the church of St Thomas' contains Britain's oldest operating theatre, dating from 1821. The theatre witnessed the advent of anesthesia in 1846 and closed three years before Lister began his experiments in antiseptic surgery and provides an evocative reminder of the incredible medical advances over the last 150 years.
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology - The Petrie Museum houses approximately 80,000 artefacts and is one of the largest collections of Egyptian and Sudanese archaeology anywhere in the world.
RAF Museum - The Royal Air Force Museum, Britain's National Museum of Aviation, celebrates the story of aviation from before the Wright Brothers to the RAF of the 21st Century with one of the world's finest collections of legendary aircraft and associated exhibits. Based in Hendon, North London
Science Museum - The Science Museum collections form an enduring record of scientific, technological and medical change since the eighteenth century. Located in South Kensington.
Sherlock Holmes Museum - According to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881 and 1904. The house was built in 1815 and is listed by the Government to protect its architectural and cultural heritage.
Sir John Soane's Museum - Sir John Soane (1753-1837), architect of the Bank of England, bequeathed his house to the nation on the condition that nothing be changed. Located at Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Theatre Museum - Situated in the heart of London's theatreland, the Theatre Museum is Britain's National Museum of the Performing Arts and houses the world's largest and most important collections relating to the British stage.
Tower Bridge - Tower Bridge has stood over the River Thames in London since 1894 and is one of the finest, most recognisable bridges in the World. The observation area in the north tower permits superb views of the City of London and the surrounding Docklands. The Tower Bridge Museum in the south tower contains the original steam-driven machinery that was used to raise the bridge.
Victoria and Albert Museum - The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is the world's largest museum of the decorative arts and is home to 145 galleries, including national collections of sculpture, furniture, fashion and photographs.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum - Situated within the All England Lawn Tennis Club, the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum chronicles the history of the game from its medieval and Victorian origins to the present day multi million pound industry.
Winston Churchill's Britain at War Experience - The Britain at War Experience recreates the London blitz in all its fury with special effects highlighting the sites and sounds, the artifacts, and even the dust and smoke of an air raid at its height.