A few years ago, 2013ish I think, I realized that visiting one museum per day is plenty. I’ve been good about following that rule until now. Today, I went to the British Museum, the British Library, and the National Gallery. In all fairness, I didn’t walk them all top to bottom. I focused on the Rosetta Stone, Greek, Egyptian, and Assyrian galleries at the British Museum, the “treasures” at the British Library (one of four parts of the Magna Carta, handwritten drafts by Mozart, and 1,000 year old bibles from multiple religions), and modern art at the National Gallery (Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, Monet, and Pissarro). Not a bad way to spend a day.
Lunch was pretty great as well: