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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Venue Details & Map
Victoria and Albert Museum Shops
Cromwell RoadSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 2RL
- +44 (0)20 7942 2689
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
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
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
Looking for a unique gift at a reasonable price? Well, the V&A shop has some lovely, pretty things that might just do the trick. A William Morris printed mug, Cool Britannia memorabilia, beautiful art books are amongst many choices of items you might walk away with.more
The V&A shop is like any other museum shop: it has a wide selection of goods related to the museum collections and exhibitions. The V&A has very diverse collections, and the shop reflects this.
There is plenty of jewelry and housewares, most of which are unique and interesting enough to be sold on their own outside of the museum.
The shop itself is not completely contained; it's located in...more