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We will be visiting London for ten days at the end of April, primarily to visit art museums. We often return to the same museum four or five times on one trip.

I know nothing of the geography of London. We will very likely buy a travel card for a week, but I need to know the zones to get the right card. Most of our time will be at Apsley house, the national gallery, and the Tates

Given this, what neighborhood would be most convenient to stay in for visiting the major art museums on foot, or with a limited zone travel card.

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