The Maughan Library is a stunning Grade II listed building at the Strand campus and is home to a wide range of resources for the humanities.
The Senate House Library holds around three million volumes, including 120,000 volumes printed before 1851. It contains material relevant chiefly to arts, humanities and social science subjects.
The British Library – explore the world's knowledge.
Museums & Galleries
British Museum – a museum of the world, for the world.
National Gallery – housing the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries.
National Portrait Gallery – collecting portraits of famous British men and women - over 160,000 portraits from the 16th Century to the present day
V&A – the world's greatest museum of art and design
Sir John Soane's Museum – an eclectic collection of architecture, painting and sculpture
Museum of London – telling the story of one of the world’s greatest cities and its people
Florence Nightingale Museum – a unique collection of artefacts connected with the "Lady with the Lamp'
Gordon Museum – an historic collection of specimens & medical artefacts - affiliated to GKT School of Medicine.
Shakespeare's Globe – furthering the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance
South Bank Centre – Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Poetry Library
National Theatre – 3 auditoriums and over 20 theatre productions a year
BFI – the British Film Institute – world-renowned archive, cinemas, festivals, films and learning resources
Royal Opera House – home to a pair of globally respected Companies, a world-class orchestra and chorus, three stages and a landmark building
English National Opera –committed to developing new audiences and nurturing British talent.
Courtauld Institute – for the study of the history of art and conservation, home to one of the finest small art museums in the world.
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