V&A + RIBA Architecture Gallery Explore 2,500 years of architecture at the V&A or online. Free entry
The V&A + RIBA Architecture Gallery (Room 128) is a permanent exhibition encompassing over 2,500 years of architecture from across the world. It features highlights from the world-class architectural collections of the V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership. Visitors can see 160 models, photographs, drawings, designs, material samples and building fragments, and listen to audio commentaries, watch videos and touch objects.
The gallery opened in November 2004 as the the UK’s first permanent architecture gallery and was designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects. Alongside the gallery is an exhibition space (Room 128a) devoted to temporary architecture displays.
Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Opening times: 10am - 5.45pm daily, 10am - 10pm on Fridays