How can we go to Britain without going to the British Museum, a free museum? It's too wasteful. Tottenham Court Road or Holborn Station , convenient transportation. Museum was built in 1753, after several extensions and adjustments, it has gradually become one of the four largest museums in the world with the largest collection. It is simply a witness of the history of human civilization. More than 8 million collections and more than 6 million visitors are received each year, which alone has defeated museums at all levels. For road blindness, the museum on the second floor let me walk all day, and by the way, I lost my way several times. It seems that I haven't completely walked all the museums. Consider that most of the collections have not been exhibited publicly. How many cultural relics should there be in this museum? At present, only historical and archaeological relics are on display. Collections of other departments have been transferred to the Natural Museum. Let's talk about some of the most worthwhile museums. Hall 18, also known as the "Patron Hall", contains the Eastern and Western eaves of the Patron Temple, as well as some statues and slates in the temple. The Parthenon Temple in Athens left only the broken pillars, which are all the essence. Egyptian Pavilion, you must go. Mummies are rich in variety, most of them are wrapped in complete and painted, others are opened, completely exposed to the air, hair is dimly visible, and skin wrinkles are helpless in high-level beauty parlors. It's a little nauseous to see more recently, but I'm not afraid of it. In addition to adult mummies, there are mummies of children and cats. It's more comfortable to see the colored coffins. The China Pavilion in Hall 33, the most famous exhibition hall, is a must for many visitors to the British Museum. On the one hand, we are more familiar with these cultural relics, on the other hand, these lost overseas cultural relics always inspire our national feelings. In fact, there is a more famous chess. The chess piece "Queen" became popular because it looked like a comic book "Mom hit me again". They can be found in Hall 42.
I went to the British Library to visit the Happy Show! It's not allowed to take pictures inside (but I'm sorry I took a few pictures stealthily). The settings in the exhibition are so beautiful, super magic. It is planned according to different disciplines of Hogwarts, as well as interactive games between human and computer! __________
The British Library is my longing library. Last year I went to London and spent time in the British Museum. This time I decided to have a good look at the British Library. Located on Euston Road, the British Library is a distinctive red building with four floors underground and four floors above ground. Its total building area is 110,000 square meters. The library can be accessed without checking any documents, but it needs security checks. The precious literature exhibition in the library is worth seeing. We can see many manuscripts and the earliest books of world celebrities, and even the classics of Dunhuang, China. It is a pity that no photographs are allowed. There is a bookcase tower in the center of the library, which goes directly to the top floor. It is the King's Library. There are precious books donated by the King for people to look forward to. There are hundreds of millions of books in the library, which are divided into reading rooms of humanities, social sciences, Asia, Africa, maps and so on. They need to enter by reading certificate, but they can be issued free of charge as long as they have relevant certificates. There are many seats in the library. You can rest when you are tired.
The British Library serves businesses, schools, research institutes and students in the UK and the world. There are more than one British Library. This picture embassy is mainly an academic collection. There is also a library dedicated to collecting newspapers from all over the world in the suburbs of London. The public can enter the British Library at will. There are exhibitions and large bookstores in the hall. Reader's card is required to enter different reading rooms in the library. There are 1200 seats in the reading room. Aliens can take pictures on the spot when they show their passport without charge. It's very convenient to go to the British Library. There's a subway station near KING'S CROSS ST. PANCRAS. There's also a stop on the red double-decker bus passing Oxford Street.
The British Library is the largest academic library in the world. It not only has a large collection of books, but also has exhibitions. It has a quiet and bright environment. It is a paradise for people who like reading. The Newton statue at the door is very interesting.
It's very quiet and informative. Many people are studying and discussing problems on their own. There's also a small cafe in the back. Not a hot spot, but friends who like history can visit it. The library is near the railway station in the center of the city, and the traffic is convenient. The most famous of the libraries are the original Great Charter and some Darwin manuscripts.