Things to do for Art & Design Lovers in London 

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  • 41

    Southbank Centre

    10 reviews

    A complex that offers some of the best art, music and performance in the world. And a lovley spot to sit and watch the world go by with a glass of wine.

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  • 42

    Serpentine Gallery

    10 reviews

    Right in the middle of Kensington Gardens The Serpentine Gallery is small but perfectly formed. You have to walk through the park to get to the gallery and you can pass by the Royal Albert Hall or Kensington Palace on the way but do not be fooled… This is a very modern gallery concerned only with the cutting edge. The ...

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  • 43

    Design Museum

    8 reviews

    The Design Museum and shop are situated (until they move in 2015) in Wapping, in London's historic dock area. This area of the city is steeped in history, each building has a thousand stories to tell as most of them are converted wharfs and warehouses, built when London held the world's biggest port. Founded by Terrence Conran 25 years ago ...

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  • 44

    Fortnum & Mason

    36 reviews

    Known as the world's most elite grocery store. From the vintage Krug champagne to the Scottish smoked salmon, this is an experience you will never forget. Aged balsamic vinegar and white truffle oil rub shoulders with Beluga caviar, foie gras with truffles, chewy, chocolate Florentines and rare and special Panama Esmeralda coffee. They have wines and spirits are more than ...

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  • 45

    Royal Academy of Arts

    13 reviews

    Great location in Mayfair with some excellent special exhibitions. Worth it for the building alone.

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  • 46

    Kensington Palace

    37 reviews

    A royal residence, that is still used by royals today. Visit the wonderful English garden in front, and check out the state rooms which are open to the public. Try a traditional afternoon tea like a true royal at the Orangery.

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  • 47

    Wigmore Hall

    3 reviews

    Wonderful concert venue in Mayfair near the Bond Street and Oxford Circus tube stations. We saw a wonderful performance there last night for Wolfgang Holzmair with piano accompaniment by Imogen Cooper. Schubert at his best. Great venue. The acoustics are excellent and the cellar bar is actually practically laid out with attentive service. Most people though stay in the lobby ...

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  • 48

    Borough Market

    110 reviews

    This was probably my favorite part of London. The food is amazing, and there is so much there! We went every week while we were in London and I still couldn't get enough.

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  • 49

    London Chinatown

    78 reviews

    Has a unique buzz to it, unlike any other part of London. Quite small, but a great place to visit for food and a bit of variety

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  • 50

    Regent Street

    36 reviews

    The fighting of the crowd continues (see review of Oxford Street), as I turn from Oxford on to Regent Street for slightly more exquisite shops for my shopaholic shopping spree.

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  • 51

    Science Museum

    55 reviews

    Just beside the Natural History Museum. Perfect for families - make a day trip out of visiting them both - you will not regret it!

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  • 52

    Old Spitalfields Market

    27 reviews

    Lovely stalls, lots of handmade clothes and homeware/art

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  • 53

    Portobello Market

    37 reviews

    Portobello market is a magnificent flurry of cute and quirky cafes, rare books, vintage jewels and clothing. The houses lining the street are a sight in their own right!

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  • 54

    Primrose Hill

    22 reviews

    Primrose Hill is a nice park and hill in the Primrose neighborhood. There's cute shops and a few nice bars. A short walk and hike upwards on Primrose Hill and you'll get an amazing view of Central London. There's plenty of benches and grass everywhere to sit and have a picnic. It's a family and dog-friendly park.

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  • 55

    Changing of Guards

    34 reviews

    Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace encompasses colourful spectacle and British pageantry. The ceremony lasts about 45 minutes and usually takes .

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  • 56


    15 reviews

    It might sound totally outrageous but the toilets at Sketch are legendary and as soon as you ascend the white stone steps to lavatory heaven you will know why. My tip for Sketch is the afternoon tea. Watch Central London go by as you sit in the luxurious lounge and take your time with friends in this immaculately designed restaurant ...

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  • 57

    The Stables Market

    9 reviews

    Our favorite bit of Camden Market, brimming with beautiful sculptures of horses and workers of a bygone era. A photographer's paradise!

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  • 58

    Green Man & French Horn

    3 reviews

    I can never find a decent place to eat around Trafalgar Square, and so was over the top psyched to find this little French place. Great wine list and fab menu ranging from oysters to rillette to partridge to a clam and bacon dish that is done much better than you'd expect. They've got theatre menu deals as well.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesDesign
  • 59

    Camden Market

    4 reviews

    This was "The Hippie's" favorite part of London. We spent hours roaming through the maze of booths and tunnels, snapping photos of the horse sculptures, and spending a small fortune on antiques.

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  • 60

    The Gherkin

    7 reviews

    So unique. It is unfortunate that the public is not allowed inside just for a view nor can you go to the upper floors to look out but the building is a landmark.

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