57 hours in London : Victoria and Albert Museum

Last week I spent three days in London and I loved every minute of it. Tuesday morning, on the 4th of April at 8 o’ clock, we jumped on the Eurostar and two hours later we arrived on the other side of the sea on British soil. What a lovely thing it is, to live in Brussels.

On our first day our original plan was to head on over to the National History museum but since we arrived at noon, there was a enormous queue. We decided to walk to the building next door and this is how we ended up in the Victoria and Albert Museum. This museum was on my ‘to visit’ list, but not for this trip. We only had three days in London and it was mostly filled with other activities. I am so glad that I stepped foot in this museum. I’ve seen photos on instagram, but I didn’t know what to expect. The collection in itself is so interesting and the architecture is breathtaking. I’ve never seen such a grand sculpture collection before. There’s this meters long corridor in the museum filled with sculptures. I made so many more photos, but here’s a selection. Hope you enjoy this post! 

 

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