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Travel Ideas - Museums & Art Galleries

Here are the Travel Ideas for Britain's Finest, chosen by our team of professional travel journalists.

Top 10 October Half Term Ideas

Oh no. It seems like we have only just completed the exhausting keep-the-kids-busy-athon that is the summer holidays and now it’s almost time for October half term! Fortunately, we live in a country brimming with fun stuff to do for children so here are our top ten favourite... more

Everyone loves days out with the kids, but sometimes parents can overdose on zoos, amusement parks and aquariums. Here at Britain’s Finest we like to think of the adults as well as the kids so we have put together some suggestions for a cracking day out that should engage... more

That London has a wealth of free art galleries enriches the capital immeasurably. When galleries charge hefty entrance fees visitors often feel that they need to plan a visit and traipse around the whole exhibition to get their money’s worth. However, when entrance is free... more

I’m a West country girl and grew up just 40 minutes from Bristol. Bristol has always been close to my heart. It has friendly, enthusiastic locals and a vibrant strip of bars and cafés along the Waterfront, by the River Avon. You can even take a boat taxi from Bristol Temple... more

Hampshire is hot right now. Its handful of uber-sexy boutique hotels, with sumptuous spas to match, are coaxing discerning folk away from the big smoke and into the ‘green county’. Beyond the five-star luxury, you can explore elegant historic houses that inspired books and... more

It’s very easy to be overwhelmed when you visit London – there is so much to see and do. One of the biggest mistakes visitors make is to try to cram too much in. Two main attractions a day should be plenty. Careful planning before your visit pays dividends later. Instead of... more

Scottish art can trace its origins from the carvers of intricate designs on Pictish stones (the Northeast of Scotland has the greatest remaining concentration in Britain) to the country’s best-selling artists of all time, Jack Vettriano, whose ‘The Singing Butler’, sells... more