The V&A Museum, named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, is the world’s largest leading museum dedicated to decorative arts and design. The museum offers a permanent collection of over 2 million objects which date back thousands of years, illustrating the timeline of human creativity.
The inspiring collections are spread across seven floors and are organised by five major themes: Asia, Europe, Materials & Techniques, Modern and finally, Exhibition.
The V&A museum encourages artistic students to gain a greater understanding of creative industries, opportunities and how art and design is influenced across the world. There is a vibrant and exciting programme which is suitable for primary, secondary and college students, and is designed to give young students advice and practical hands-on experiences of working in creative industries with opportunities to meet professional artists, designers, and performers.