The British Museum

The British Museum is a museum dedicated to human history and culture. This museum houses an amazing collection of over seven million artefacts displaying the history of different cultures from around the world in Galleries, including the ever popular Egyptian and Greek galleries. The British Museum is also home to the Rosetta Stone. A programme of special exhibitions and daily gallery tours, talks and guided tours makes it easier to view this spectacular collection. Entry is free.</p>

Where is the British Museum located?

The British Museum is located in the Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG. Holborn is the nearest underground station.

How to Reach the British Museum from The W14 Hotel?

The easier way to the Museum from The W14 Hotel is by Underground. When you exit the hotel, take a left turn and walk towards the end of the Gunterstone Road. Take a left on the Gliddon Road and walk straight. Continue walking while you cross the Talgarth Road (A4). You will reach the Barons Court Station from where you need to take the Piccadilly line eastbound to the Holborn. When you will get down at the station, follow the signs and you will reach the Museum.

When to Visit the British Museum?

The main museum is open from 10am to 5.30pm every day. The opening times of some galleries may vary.

Why Stay at The W14 Hotel?

  • The W14 Hotel offers en-suite rooms and budget rooms to tourists who come to visit the British Museum.
  • The hotel is within walking distance from several popular tourist destinations including the British Museum.
  • Customers are offered special deals and discounts on direct booking and for group stay.