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Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum

Architect Sir John Soane redeveloped his home on Lincoln's Inn Fields to create a unique museum for his remarkable collection of statuary, paintings, architectural models, books, plans and more. On his death in 1837, the building was... Read More

Tate Britain

Tate Britain

Tate Britain's collection has been reconfigured to offer a tour through 500 years of British art from 1545 to the present. Gone are the thematic displays (which persist at sibling Tate Modern) to offer the chance to compare the work of... Read More

Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery

Once one of the biggest backers of the Young British Artists' (YBA) movement of Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and the like, former ad man Charles Saatchi's eye now roams the world for new work - which he puts on show at this impressive,... Read More

Imperial War Museum

Imperial War Museum

At the forefront of 2014's events to commmemorate the outbreak of World War I is London's Imperial War Museum, which has undergone major redevelopment. It features a redesigned atrium to display to best effect its largest... Read More

The Sherlock Holmes Museum

The Sherlock Holmes Museum

Step back in time to the Victorian era as you cross over the threshold of 221b Baker Street. The Sherlock Holmes Museum has been kitted out to give the impression of entering the detective’s world, rather than a museum dedicated to... Read More

The Photographer’s Gallery

The Photographer’s Gallery

London’s largest public photography gallery exhibits work by emerging as well as established photographers. The exhibitions tend to last a few months at a time and the gallery’s calendar is sprinkled with one-off and longer running... Read More

The Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum

With over 2,300 original cartoons, caricatures and comic pages as well as over 12,000 books and comics, this is one well-stocked cartoon museum. The displays in the main gallery are constantly changing so you can go back time and again... Read More

The Brick Lane Gallery

The Brick Lane Gallery

Contemporary fine art gallery, The Brick Lane Gallery, rents exhibition space to both emerging and established artists from all around the world. With constantly changing exhibitions displaying a mixture of painting, photography, mixed... Read More

Tate Modern

Tate Modern

Such big art galleries can be daunting, but with multimedia guides and free guided-tours every day, the Tate is easier than ever to explore. Displaying a huge selection of British art from 1500 right up until the present day, alongside... Read More

Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre

London’s Southbank Centre is the largest of its kind in the world. Spread over 21 acres of land, this hub of cultural activity hosts events in music, visual arts, literature and dance. You can search upcoming events and book your... Read More

National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

A real treasure trove, London’s National Maritime Museum houses hundreds of thousands of artifacts detailing over 500 years of Britain’s history at sea. As well as pawing through more than 100,000 ancient sea charts and maps, gazing... Read More

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

The architectural beauty of the Natural History museum is enough to draw the crowds and once inside, the millions of exquisite artifacts don’t disappoint either. From the Diplodocus skeleton in the grand hall, to the gigantic blue... Read More

National Gallery

National Gallery

Home to over 2,300 artistic wonders, the National Gallery cannot be fully appreciated in just one day. With pieces dating from the 13th to the early 20th century, the gallery’s collection of Western European painting is one of the... Read More

London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum

The world’s first tube network, the London Underground, will be celebrating its 150th birthday in 2013 and the London Transport Museum will be putting on special exhibits and events to celebrate. Detailing London’s transport history... Read More

Electric Cinema

Electric Cinema

At Electric Cinema the experience is about way more than just the film. Luxurious red armchairs and sofas complete with footstalls and accompanying tables are the norm in this stylish movie house. A mix of quality mainstream titles and... Read More

Curzon Mayfair

Curzon Mayfair

The Curzon Mayfair is one of the most prestigious art-house cinemas in London and it’s set in the glorious surroundings of a Grade II listed building. Since it’s first opening in 1934, the cinema has seen some changes and now boasts... Read More

Comedy Store

Comedy Store

Nestled in the hustle and bustle of Piccadilly Circus lies London’s ultimate comedy venue: Don Ward’s Comedy Store. Having played host to over 1,000 comedians in the past 30 years, the club is forever looking for more talent at... Read More

Camden Art’s Centre

Camden Art’s Centre

Free to wander around, Camden Art’s Centre offers a variety of ways to spend your day. With contemporary visual art and education at its core, this artist’s haven in North London offers art classes and courses, changing exhibitions,... Read More

British Museum

British Museum

Opened in 1753, the British Museum was the first national public museum in the world. Attracting nearly six million visitors a year, the museum is constantly expanding. The Queen Elizabeth II Great Court was opened in 2000 and at two... Read More

British Library

British Library

Any bibliophile’s dream, the British Library houses millions of precious books, manuscripts and scrolls. The Magna Carta, the Gutenberg Bible and the earliest version of Shakespeare’s First Polio are just a sample of the magnificent... Read More


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