With some free time on my hands today, I took the advice from one of the girls from the Facebook group London Bloggers and ventured down to South Kensington to explore the Victoria and Albert Museum.
If you don’t know who old Vicky and Bert are you probably a) live under a rock or b) live in a country that has no ties to Great Britain. Queen Victoria is the second-longest reigning female monarch (63 years) in history and Prince Albert was her husband (also her first cousin too! Royalty for ya!).
There is a bit of a range of of exhibitions, from glassware to fashion to antiquities from all over the world.
The change in fashions after the Great War was led by Coco Chanel.
Wandering further through the museum I came upon this great find in the China Exhibit.
It’s an ancient Chinese esky!! (ice chest)
There is so much to explore at the V&A, from limited exhibits to the more permanent ones such as Japanese, Chinese, Medieval Europe and glass!
The Victoria and Albert Museum is located in Kensington, with the nearest tube station being South Kensington. Admittance is free but they do ask for a £4 donation for upkeep.