London - British Library
British Library London
The British Library is the UK's national library and home to the Sir John Ritblat Gallery: Treasures of the British Library, where some of the most significant world treasures can be seen for free, including: Magna Carta, Shakespeare's First Folio, Lewis Carroll's manuscripts of Alice's Adventures Under Ground, Beatles lyrics handwritten by John Lennon, and drawings on pages from Leonardo's Da Vinci's Notebook.
Biannually the Library hosts a major Paccar gallery exhibition. West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song opened in October and in Spring 2016 an exhibition launches celebrating William Shakespeare.
The Entrance Hall gallery, Philatelic exhibition and Centre for Conservation are also free.
Price shown is for coach only. Entry extra to special exhibitions.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.