Not to worry, this former hunting lodge commissioned by George I turned Royal Ballet School is guaranteed to keep you on your toes. Boasting gorgeous Neo-Classical, Palladian-style architecture, for 80 years the Royal Ballet School as turned out some of the most renowned dancers and choreographers in the country. The museum's collection includes everything from ballet costumes to pointe shoes you can actually touch, all guided by a timeline detailing the history of ballet as Western art form. Be sure to dance your way over to White Lodge for a true education in the art of ballet.
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