The capital's museums make up the top three spots for most ‘googled’ museums in the world, with the Science Museum topping all searches.
The research was carried out to launch London's Autumn Season of Culture which showcases the best that the capital has to offer when it comes to art, culture, dance and some of the most popular museums in the world.
It also stated that the Natural History Museum was the second most searched-for, with the British Museum taking third place.
The research was carried out by London & Partners, the London mayor's official promotional company.The director of the Science Museum, Ian Blatchford, said: "It's fantastic that so many people across world are seeking out the Science Museum, and this new data provides yet more evidence of the world class status of British museums."
London Mayor, Boris Johnson, added that "London is without a doubt the cultural capital of the world".
Results also show that London's theatres generate more searches than those in any other city. It is the most sought after holiday destination as the most searched for city in the world.
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