Open daily from 10:00 to 17:45
Open Friday from 10:00 to 22:00
Sat 20 October 2012–Sun 27 January 2013
EXHIBITION: Hollywood Costume is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see over 100 of the most iconic costumes in the history of film-making.
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT FOR TODAY
Sat 19 May 2012–Sun 6 January 2013
EXHIBITION: This spring the V&A celebrates the opening of the newly renovated Fashion galleries with an exhibition of beautiful ballgowns, red carpet evening dresses and catwalk showstoppers.
Tue 13 November 2012–Sun 7 April 2013
EXHIBITION: Light from the Middle East: New Photography presents work by artists from across the Middle East (spanning North Africa to Central Asia), living in the region and in diaspora.
Thu 20 September 2012–Thu 11 July 2013
YEAR COURSE: Gain a unique perspective on one of the most dynamic periods in the history of European art.
Thursdays, 20 September 2012 – 11 July 2013 (over 3 terms), 11.00–15.30
Mon 19 January 2009–Thu 31 December 2015
TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which describes the history of the V&A and introduces a selection of treasures from the Museum's outstanding collections.
Thu 27 May 2010–Tue 31 December 2013
TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which introduces the V&A's stunning Medieval & Renaissance Galleries. Starting at the Meeting Point, Grand Entrance at 11.30.
Thu 6 December 2012 13:00
GALLERY TALK: Join us for a look at the way designs for the dinner table and other entertaining spaces use historical imagery and themes.
Fri 19 February 2010–Tue 31 December 2013
TOUR: Take a guided tour of the V&A's exciting theatre and performance collections, including rock & pop posters, theatre and ballet costumes, puppets, stage sets and more! See new costumes from the Lion King now on display.
TOUR: Join this daily one hour tour which introduces the V&A's stunning British Galleries which house the most comprehensive collection of British design and art on view anywhere in the world.
Thu 6 December 2012 11:00
Built in 1883, the Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene, Enfield, stands in a commanding position atop Windmill Hill and is a well-known local landmark.