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You'll find details of nearly 200 of London's museums here, together with a vast array of their temporary exhibitions. We review many of these early in their run so you can make time to see the ones that appeal to you most.
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Beyond El DoradoAnthropomorphic bat pectoral, Tairona, gold alloy, AD900-1600. © Museo del Oro, Banco de la Republica, Colombia.
Large Hadron ColliderCollider exhibition, Science Museum, 2013 © Photo: Nick Rochowski
Georgians RevealedWilliam Heath. Grimaldi’s leap-frog © British Library Board
Hello, My Name is Paul SmithThe First Shop © Design Museum, photo: Anthony Crolla
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Isabella BlowAlexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, 1996 © David LaChapelle Studio Inc
Pearls at V&AGrand Jete, gold with diamonds and two cultured baroque pearls, London 1999 © Geoffrey Rowlandson
Foreign Bodies, Common GroundPata Picha Studio Photographs, 2012 © Courtesy of the artists
Nelson, Navy, NationPipe, maker unknown, circa 1798. Pratt ware pipe, modelled as a half length figure of Nelson © National Maritime Museum, London
Shunga: Japanese erotic artNishikawa Sukenobu (1671 - 1750), Sexual dalliance between a man and geisha, c. 1711 - 1716. © The Trustees of the British Museum
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Anthropomorphic bat pectoral, Tairona, gold alloy, AD900-1600. © Museo del Oro, Banco de la Republica, Colombia.
Collider exhibition, Science Museum, 2013 © Photo: Nick Rochowski
William Heath. Grimaldi’s leap-frog © British Library Board
The First Shop © Design Museum, photo: Anthony Crolla
Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, 1996 © David LaChapelle Studio Inc
Grand Jete, gold with diamonds and two cultured baroque pearls, London 1999 © Geoffrey Rowlandson
Pata Picha Studio Photographs, 2012 © Courtesy of the artists
Pipe, maker unknown, circa 1798. Pratt ware pipe, modelled as a half length figure of Nelson © National Maritime Museum, London
Nishikawa Sukenobu (1671 - 1750), Sexual dalliance between a man and geisha, c. 1711 - 1716. © The Trustees of the British Museum
Etienne Francey, Harvest Gold © Etienne Francey, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013