Culture and History: A trip to the British Museum Part 2

As previously stated in part one, this museum is MASSIVE. So we ended up having to break it up into two days. On the first day, we hit the second floor, and today was the first floor. I wanted to hit the Chinese Exhibit, but sadly it was closed this time around.

As we walked through history, we enjoyed the interesting artifacts that could only be found here. Once we finished the first floor, we decided to take in a beautiful exhibit about Egypt’s sunken ports. Because it was a special exhibit, photography and video was strictly prohibited; however, I did manage a few shots before I was busted.

If you ever get the chance and find yourself in London, I would HIGHLY recommend checking this fantastic museum out. It is free for admission though they do accept donations. Some of their more special exhibits do cost, however, but it is worth it.

I do apologize for the lateness of this week’s post; as I stated on Twitter, I am in the process of a move. Now to get back to unpacking so… many… boxes.

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