Victoria & Albert Museum
Being the world's foremost museum of decorative arts, the Victoria and Albert Museum was originally founded in 1842, later incorporating the East India Company's India Museum.
The collection of the Asian Department includes material from the Punjab dating from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century and includes paintings, textiles, rare photographs, arms and armour in addition to the throne of Ranjit Singh.
Read about Sikh Community Views on Objects from the Collection.
Address: Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2RL
Telephone: 020 7942 2000