One of the world’s largest and oldest museums to introduce the history of mankind with its collection of about 8,000,000 items. Entrance is free to The British, the most visited museum in the U.K. Top attractions include the Ancient Egyptian mummies, The Rosetta Stone, Greek and Roman memorabilia from the Ancient Times and a huge collection of Asian, African and American items. The most important and famous artefacts sum up to 4,000.
GR8 to Know
The museum’s great library had several “celebrities” who visited there on a regular basis, e.g. Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or Bram Stoker. Lenin also used to go to this library; he used an alias: Jacob Richter.