Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum © British Tours Ltd. Thanks to Mike Nicholson. Panoramic photography by Jason Doll-Steinberg

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The Sir John Soane's Museum, has been described as the 'most ingenious domestic architecture in Britain' and is a truly amazing London treasure-house. Left to the nation by the architect Sir John Soane in 1837, the house is full of architectural illusions and surprises which showcase Soane's vast collection of antiquities and art - from the sarcophagus of Seti l in the crypt to Hogarth paintings in the picture gallery.