Victoria and Albert Museum will Reopen its Doors to Visitors in August 2020

Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Victoria and Albert Museum will Reopen its Doors to Visitors in August 2020

Victoria and Albert Museum will reopen its doors to visitors on 6 August 2020. As part of museum's phased reopening, visitors will initially be able to enjoy all of the ground floor collections, including our Cast Courts, Medieval & Renaissance and Fashion galleries, as well as Europe 1600-1815 on the lower ground floor.

Image: The John Madejski Garden, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, image courtesy to VisitLondon

 

Victoria and Albert Museum will reopen its doors to visitors on 6 August 2020.   

Free timed tickets have been introduced to ensure a safe, relaxed and inspiring visit for everyone. 

As part of museum's phased reopening, visitors will initially be able to enjoy all of the ground floor collections, including our Cast Courts, Medieval & Renaissance and Fashion galleries, as well as Europe 1600-1815 on the lower ground floor. 

 

Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk exhibition, courtesy to Victoria and Albert Museum



From 27 August,museum's 1st floor and 2nd floor galleries will reopen, including the Theatre and Performance, Jewellery and Paintings galleries, and the Photography Centre, along with the critically acclaimed Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk exhibition. 

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