The film opens with footage from the sculptural decoration and the imposing façade with the Ionic style columns 45 meters high, a typical example of Greek Renaissance architecture of the British Museum in London. The British Museum opened its doors in 1759 at the old Montagu Palace in Bloomsbury and is the oldest museum in the world with free admission for the public.
The lens captures parked vehicles, young people on the steps of the museum, a girl that takes a photo of the concierge and landmarks in the gallery as well as visitors hurrying up for a journey back in time and history.
Leaving the museum, the tour continues on Bedford Avenue where we watch shots of an apartment building with Baroque elements in its architecture and then shots from Bedford Square (1776 to 1780) where the lens moves alongside the square and captures the consistent pattern facades with elements of Georgian architecture.
The film closes with shots from an Art Deco building (1932 - 1937) the administrative center of the London’s University which is consisted of eighteen colleges and nine institutes.