Brief Guide to Taking Photos in London

  

A Guide to London Museum Photography

London is a veritable treasure trove of museums, and many of them have different restrictions when it comes to photography. The most permissive one is the British Museum, which allows photography even with flash, although tripods are not allowed.

The Tate Modern Museum does not permit photography inside the building itself, but the outer lobby affords some good shots of the river below. Many other museums have dynamic architecture on the exterior, but be sure to stow your camera away once you enter since no photos are allowed inside. Another popular photography spot is the London Zoo at Regent’s Park.