The Victoria and Albert
With respect you will be pleased to hear that it caters for the aristocracy, the landed gentry, the professional, the bourgeoisie, and the proletariat and of course the academic, the learned and the clever. In simple words it’s got something for everyone.
It covers nearly every culture in the world in depth. It is different than The British Museum in style and revels in the Arts.
It is not pretentious or high browed and the staff are friendly and professional.
You feel you just might bump into Mr. S. Holmes in the next room. Are you wearing your blue stockings?
The Coffee House (Café in French) is delightful, the ceiling (above) unusual, this picture does not to it justice. The loos are free and clean too. You are allowed to take photos and as it is so big I have not found it crowded. Enough, now the important bit;
Here is a sculpture room with a new exhibition still being put together described and attributed in my English Sculpture Blog where you will find any English or British Sculpture I like enough will be posted there.