A big London art gallery, it's literally a big Cube. I felt very art-y visiting it, and the work we saw was interesting: thousands of tiny photographs of the same mountain landscape in different weather and light, almost like latter day Monet haystacks. Unless you are a visual artist or very into the scene, maybe it's not worth a special ...
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Busy, busy, busy. I can certainly see why they call it a circus! It was neat to see but not all that interesting in general. I would suggest stopping for a pint in the area to really enjoy the madness of the city.Popular withLocalDesignHistory
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I attended an Anish Kapoor exhibit here in 2010 that was mind blowing. The exhibit was based around huge volumes of wax. In one room, there were canons that shot the crimson colored wax against a wall, and it then fell onto a huge pile. In another room there was huge blocks of wax on conveyor belts. This isn't saying ...Popular withLocalDesignBackpackers
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Quaint little shop on the edge of the (somewhat overrated)Burlington Arcade. The macaroons - surely that trend must have run its course now?! -are nice and the space diminutive to match their size. Does have a smattering of tables, but there are more comfortable places to relax in central London.Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
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The Mall is a a road from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square. It's nothing spectacular, but we walked down The Mall on our way to Buckingham Palace and I really liked it. There are lots of trees and St. James's Park is just right next to this street.Popular withHistory
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Too much choice. When I end up going to the Japan Centre, I always find myself lost amongst the walls of seafood. I have no idea what to get and always leave with the sneaking suspicion I made a less than favourable choice. But if you know your sushi, I imagine this place is paradise.
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Nice for a good wander. But I much prefer buying any reading material from the plethora of used bookstores. The best thing about this Waterstones, is the view from the 5th Floor. Stop in for an over priced tea if you fancy. But, not really worth it.
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Mahiki became famous/infamous as a watering hole for the young royals (Prince William and Prince Harry) and their entourages. It is a strange place - styled as a tiki bar, with super sweet, super strong, exotic cocktails at 20 pounds a pop.Popular withAdventure
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Visa knows how to treats their members right to a VIP experience at the Olympics in London. Guest are welcomed with complimentary beers, wines, soft drinks, waters, food, and snacks throughout the day. There are a couple of rooms with HDTV to view the Olympic games around the city. A few Olympians will pop in to greet guest and sign ...Popular withTrendstersBusiness
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For a unique concentration of luxury shopping and historic charm, Burlington Arcade is a must. This passage unites Piccadilly and Bond Street, and glitters with diamonds in handcrafted and vintage settings, contrasted with the scent of Penhaligon's perfume and colors of Laduree macarons.Popular withLuxuryBusinessDesign
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The epicenter of cutting-edge designer fashion in London, Dover Street Market was created by Rei Kawakubo of the Comme des Garcons empire. The "Market" is actually a five-floor department store with beautiful temporary installations and small, well-curated rails for each designer. The most interesting pieces are the ones by Japanese designers little known in Europe such as Sacai. Also one ...
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It's a free museum! The Rosetta Stone is here! And on top of that, there are some really damn cool exhibits. Highly recommended, but allot some time to spend here. I came an hour before closing so I had to rush through things. Good if you care about art and museums, which I know some of you may not.Popular withHistoryFamiliesDesign