In fact, compared to five years ago your dollars now buy almost 30 percent extra, and economists speculate that the pound will get hit even more this year. Join the 18 million others who visit London each year and enjoy one of the most spectacular cultural scenes in the world. The city has been at it for a long time, starting with the founding of the British Museum in 1753. This massive and immersive exhibit, on view through February 26, focusing on the culture and politics of the mid- to late-1960s, will be the highlight of the London museum season.
- the British pound, thanks to Brexit, recently plummeted in value even further against the U.S. dollar
- airfares to London have come way down from previous years
- This fall and winter will see the usual embarrassment of riches when it comes to museum exhibitions
“So join the 18 million others who visit London each year and enjoy one of the most spectacular cultural scenes in the world. The British capital is reputed to have over 240 museums and galleries, and claims to be the cultural capital of the world, (a boast that other cities, but not I, might contest).”