Buddhist Sculpture, Victoria and Albert Museum
Buddhism spread from India where Siddharta Gautama founded the religion in the 6th century BC. It arrived in China via the Silk Route to China where it took root in the 6th century AD. We will see superb sculpture from Gandhara and see how the images of the Buddha changed over the centuries in style in China Japan and South East Asia.
There is no need to book for this guided tour. This walk is offered as part of London Walks. You can check their website for times and dates by clicking here. Or email Barry and he will reply with the information.