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British Optical Association Museum is one of the oldest museums of its genre in the world. Inaugurated in 1901, the museum has almost 16,000 collectibles on display which describes the history of Ophthalmology. They have a huge collection of visual aids, spectacles, rare catalogs and other equipment's used in the field of optics. The museum is managed by the British Optical Association.
"National Gallery" est un magnifique bâtiment de style Géorgien situé sur la partie nord de Trafalgar Square, logeant une collection importante d'Art d'Europe de l'Ouest. Vous pourrez y trouver des travaux du maître Léonard de Vinci dans l'aile Sainsbury, à côté d’œuvre de Botticelli et Belline. L'aile ouest contient des œuvres de Titan, Michel-Ange et Raphaël; l'aile nord contient des travaux de Rubens, Rembrandt et Caravaggio, c'est dans l'aile est que sont situées les oeuvres de Seurat, Nanaletto, Degas et Monet. Un guide audio du musée et disponible dans six langue différente.
Dedicated to visual arts, the Mall Galleries in London aims to provide a platform to local and emerging artists as well as showcase works of renowned artists. The venue consists of three galleries, a bookshop and a cafe and is also the center of the Federation of British Artists, a national charity. The leading art societies that form the FBA host their annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries.
Built in the early 1700s and retaining most of its original characteristics, this beautifully restored Georgian building is the only surviving residence of Benjamin Franklin. Serving as his home during the 16 years he spent in London as a mediator, it is essentially the first U.S. embassy. Designed to be a historical experience, the Benjamin Franklin house is now a museum and educational institution. State of the art lighting and projection technology recreate the fascinating life and discoveries of this politician, inventor, scientist, and philosopher, while the Student Science Centre offers a hands on look at Franklin's London based discoveries. Opened on Ben's 300th birthday in 2006 and just steps from Trafalgar Square, this is a wonderful variation from traditional museums and well worth the stop.