Enjoy a talk, join a debate, take yourself on a tour, or book into one of the guided tours in South Kensington.
Develop the professional skills you need to work in today's museum sector. Led by expert staff, these intensive part-time courses use V&A case studies to provide unique insights into their collections, work and best practice.
Discover how the Museum examines, conserves, preserves and prepares collections for display in the public galleries and exhibitions. This volunteer-led tour of the paper, books, sculpture and textiles conservation studios is an opportunity to see the fascinating work which goes on behind the scenes.
Located in Kensington Gardens, it is one of London's most ornate ornaments. Public tours are available between March and December.
Sign up for a course at Imperial where a wide variety languages are offered at different levels as well as an expanding range of Arts, Humanities and Science courses.
Come along to a unique programme of talks and debates to learn more about the intriguing Kensington Palace.
Serpentine Mobile Tours offer visitors an interactive gallery experience providing access to additional content, including artist interviews and curator tours, from the Serpentine’s internationally acclaimed Exhibition and Architecture Programmes.
Get out and about this summer with the Mayor’s new London Curriculum Family Explorer Trails which includes the 'Creative Quarter' in South Kensington. Taking you on a circular trail starting at the V&A, up Exhibition Road and through the Royal Parks.
Take a self-guided tour and explore how London’s quarter for the arts and sciences was created. Discover more about it's great institutions and magnificent buildings.
Guided tours offer the inside story of the Royal Albert Hall, taking you on a fascinating journey through its unique history, incredible architecture and legendary performances.
Get closer to the Museum and its incredible collections with our wide range of free or paid-for bespoke tours.
The Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk takes visitors through four of the most beautiful parks in the world, including Hyde Park and Kensington Palace.
Join expert science educators for a behind the scenes look at the Museum's fascinating zoology spirit collection.
Are you big on museums, but short on time? NHM's knowledgeable visitor assistants have designed just the dinosaurs tour for you. It will introduce you to some of the Museum's most famous and imposing specimens. One hour
The trail will include creative looking, thinking and drawing activities as you explore the museum and exhibitions. The trail asks the user to consider what it's like to be a designer, maker and user of some of the wonderful objects in the collection. Takes 30 - 40 minutes.
V&A Secret Seekers is a new mobile game for families, launched to coincide with the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Let eight characters from the V&A's history guide you on an exciting treasure hunt to uncover some of the secrets of the Museum.
Download the free Time Explorers app and try the new Digital Mission at Kensington Palace for children and their families.
This is a special opportunity to visit the Victorian Pet Cemetery, which is rarely open to the public. The cemetery dates back to the 1880s and contains the remains of around 1,000 animals, many in graves marked by tiny headstones.
Coinciding with the launch of Japan House London’s latest exhibition Prototyping in Tokyo, exhibition director and world-renowned design engineer Professor Yamanaka Shunji gives a talk offering an exclusive insight into some of the innovative prototypes featured.
One hundred years after the Versailles Peace Conference the Society's Map Librarian, David McNeill, illustrates how maps reflected and were affected by its far reaching conclusions.
Crossing French, British and European perspectives with leading experts, artists and researchers, the Night of Ideas will address two of our society’s most pressing issues: Europe and the environment, engaging audiences in debates on a brighter future where citizen voices and perspectives matter.
In this illustrated lecture, Miles Taylor talks about the significant effects India had on the Queen as well as the pivotal role she played in India.
Jim Al-Khalili and a panel of energy experts join the Museum to discuss the future of nuclear fusion and solar power, following a screening of the absorbing documentary 'Let There Be Light'.
Marking the 300th anniversary of Defoe's classic, Alexander Maitland sketches the life and adventures of the original Robinson Crusoe, and revisits the landscapes and people of Mas a Tierra in the Juan Fernandez Islands off Chile where Alexander Selkirk was marooned from 1704-1709.