There is so much to see and do for any person or couple visiting London, however, if you want to make the subject of your journey around culture and art here are some ideas. London has many art galleries and museums and some of them are some of the finest in the world.
Performing artists include Goya, Da Vinci, Turner, and Monet and there is a continuous procession of travel exhibitions that ensure that there is always something new to see even for the regular visitor. There are tours available for those wanting a formal presentation of the gallery.
The Tate Modern presents an alternative view of art for the National Gallery and is considered an exhibition center for all forms of modern, marginal, unconventional, and diverse art. The gallery, housed in a former power station, displays groups and themes alike and offers an unusual, but attractive contrast to most traditional art galleries.
The Victoria and Albert Museum combines permanent and travel exhibitions, ranging from furniture and clothing to photography. With a large number of temporary exhibits, this gallery has an ever-changing changing line of display that disappoints some visitors. The gallery is also open 7 days per week.
Theater Royal provides a venue for night-time entertainment of the highest theater caliber. It combines recently refurbished theater classical productions with up-to-date “future classics” and performed by many of the world’s most famous stage actors. An evening at the Theater Royal is a great way to end a day of cultural and theatrical entertainment.