50 free things to do in London: part four – west. Tate Britain, Millbank London's premier gallery for British art spans the centuries, collecting canvases from Hogarth, Constable and Gainsborough, but also displaying more recent art from the likes of Gilbert & George.
Tate Britain is particularly noted for its extensive collections of Turners, housed in a specially created wing. Look out for the impressive second world war bomb damage on the southern exterior wall. • SW1, 020-7887 8888, tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain. Open Sat-Thur 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-10pm Hogarth's House, Chiswick This dainty little house was the country retreat of noted English painter William Hogarth.
Fulham Palace The residence of the Bishops of London in Fulham traces its origins back to Anglo-Saxon times. Dana Centre, South Kensington During the day, the Dana Centre is an under-used cafe-bar hidden behind the main access routes to South Kensington's museums. Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington Science Museum, South Kensington Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea. London's ten best afternoon teas. Best for fashionistas: The Berkeley's Prêt-à-PorteaReviewed by Belinda White The Berkeley hotel has craftily targeted its afternoon tea at London’s diehard tea-takers: the fashion pack, who rarely conduct meetings over any other mealtime.
Its Prêt-à-Portea offers everything you’d expect from a traditional afternoon tea but with a twist: each of the sugary fancies is styled after a key fashion look of the season. There was a white Burberry trench coat chocolate biscuit, a Stella McCartney polka dot sponge cake and even a miniature Valentino orange and ginger cake handbag.
Charmingly, the waiter talked us through the ‘collection’ using framed catwalk pictures of the exact outfits that inspired each creation. Gimmicky? Best for a ceremonious experience: Teanamu Chaya Teahouse Reviewed by Olivia Bergin Best for Chinese-style tea: Grand Imperial's Oriental Afternoon TeaReviewed by Natalie Paris Cucumber sandwiches are all very well but why limit afternoon tea to triangles of bread and butter? Official London City Guide - Visit London hotels, attractions and events. Things to do in London. Best Attractions in London - 101 Things To Do in London -Time Out London.
Cultural activities in London – People’s choice. 101 Things to do in London – The Ultimate Guide – Time Out London. Welcome to the definitive guide to getting the most out of London: our list of the 101 best things to do in the capital, which has been put together by Time Out’s troop of expert writers and editors (along with suggestions from well-known London bloggers).
Our roll call represents the very best this city has to offer – from top museums and cultural days out to great shops and markets and restaurants, with a few unique tours of London along the way. See the full list or choose a category below to get started... We want this to be the definitive list, so tell us: what have we missed? What's your favourite thing to do in the capital? We'll constantly be updating this feature so your ideas could very well make it on to the list. Culture, Theatre and Art - 101 Things To Do in London. Scroll through the list below to discover our selection of the capital’s unmissable museums, galleries, visitor attractions and landmarks.
No other city in the world can match London’s spectacle of history, art, iconic buildings and cultural oddities... What's missing from the list? Have your say: on Facebook | on Twitter using #ultimatelondon or in the comments form below British Library Heloise Bergman / Time Out 44 Great Russell St, WC1B 3DG Get intimate with some rare texts and ancient maps at the British Library. Temporary exhibitions are held in the Paccar Gallery, and there are often free events in the mezzanine foyer. What's On in London? ~~ London Events Guide. What’s On in London – Our guide to the best events in London All dates Most Popular What’s On Today Tomorrow This weekend Next 7 days Apr May Jun Jul All events Pick Free Cheap Kids Theatre Musicals Comedy Music Classical Dance & Ballets Operas Art Photography Museums Talks & Lectures Walks & Tours Sport Parks & Gardens Discover what’s on in London with our guide to the capital’s best events.
Our event listing highlights the best events that London has to offer. Start by searching for today’s events, tomorrow’s events, and what’s on in April, May and June. Upcoming events in London Our big what’s on guide has got all the best upcoming events in London. > What’s on today · Tomorrow> Events this weekend · Next 7 days Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro"2nd May 2014, at the Royal Opera House, London "Miss Saigon", at the Prince Edwa...3rd May 2014, at the Prince Edward Theatre, London Music concerts in London Nick Lowe, at the Union Chapel9th May 2014, at the Union Chapel, London. Scaresville - The Haunted Village - 2012.
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