There are two impressive shops at the V&A.
The main V&A shop sells a collection of beautiful jewellery, furniture, books, textiles, toys, ceramics, fashion, design, glass and accessories inspired by the museum's collections.
The bookshop has one of London's best collections of fashion, art, textile and design books, as well as a special selection inspired by the latest blockbuster exhibitions.
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Cromwell RoadSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 2RL
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This shop is such a delight! The first time I went here I could have bought just about everything. Even stuff I knew I would never use or need for that matter. Maybe it was the high of seeing such amazing things?!?!
My only problem with this last visit was all the things I wanted to purchase were sold out!more
Rien pour moi // Nothing for me
Je n'ai rien trouvé qui me plaise et/ ou soit dans mes prix... Une paire de boucles d'oreilles en résine à 50 £, il ne faut tout de même pas exagérer. Le secteur enfant est comme d'habitude le plus attirant, avec en particulier un poster d'Alice au pays des merveilles extra mais hélas en rupture. //
I didn't find anything that I liked and / or would be...more
One of the best museum shops around! If you're looking for something arty or for anything fiber-related, this is the place. Always better than typical museum shop fare, the V&A usually have at one exclusive line of items (fabrics, haberdashery, books, etc. etc.).more
I love this shop. I never actually buy anything, but I can spend a good half hour wandering around and appreciating and/or laughing at the things they have on offer here. Plus, it's attached to an awesome museum.more
Situated smack dab in the middle of the museum, you see that this place has all of the normal museum souvenir-type things. Aside from that, I would skip it and just focus on the wonderful things they have at this massive museum. I almost prefer it over the Louvre only because it's much quieter and less crowds of tourists.more