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The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London

Kew Gardens spreads over 121 hectares and is considered to be the largest public garden in the world with the greatest number...

THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS (ICA), London

London's Institute of Contemporary Arts is located within Nash House on The Mall, just off Trafalgar Square. It is an artistic and cultural centre...

MUSEUM OF LONDON, London

A visit to the Museum of London will be an exciting event for anyone who is even slightly interested in the history of this metropolis...

English National Opera, London

1904 saw Britain's largest, most modern and opulent theatre open in London; designed by the architect Frank Matcham...

Wyndham's Theatre, London

Wyndham´s Theatre, a listed building of English Heritage, is one of the still-active West End theatres, frequently rented for its star-studded...

Shakespeare's Globe, London

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre lays claims to a status of more than just an appealing tourist landmark; it wants to be taken very seriously...

V&A Museum of Childhood, London

If you're with your children, it's worth to go to the East End - V&A Museum of Childhood is a real gem that a lot of people overlook...

White Cube, London

The owner of the White Cube gallery is Jay Jopling, and his name in the context of British contemporary art is...

Serpentine Gallery, London

Architecturally speaking, one of the most beautiful galleries in London; the late Princess Diana used to be its patroness...

Hayward Gallery, London

For many years the exterior of this gallery - a grey windowless building - was harshly criticised for its likeness...

The Barbican Centre, London

This is the largest multi-art centre in Europe; each year is started here with a presentation of a new programme...

Tate Modern, London

Founded in 2000, the Tate Modern gallery is housed in a former power station. Its opening became a real sensation...

The National Gallery, London

The National Gallery located on Trafalgar Square hosts one of the largest collections of Western European...

Kensington Palace, London

After a two-year renovation worth nearly £2 million, Kensington Palace, the former residence of Queen Victoria and Princess Diana...

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, London

The Royal Academy of Arts, founded in 1786 by King George III and currently located in Central London's Burlington House...

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, London

Founded in 1856, this museum was the first portrait gallery in the world. It is housed in a building on St. Martin's Place near Trafalgar Square...

Royal Opera House, London

The range of opera productions staged at London's Royal Opera may undergo certain transformations in autumn 2011...

The Old Vic, London

The 192-year old London's Old Vic is a legendary playhouse that has witnessed some of the highest peaks of British stage acting...

Sadler's Wells, London

Nothing remains of the ancient architecture of London's Sadler's Wells. Today, it is a newly built modern and capacious playhouse running all the latest...

Vyner Street, London

There are hundreds of contemporary art galleries in London, many of which have recently "migrated" to Vyner Street...

Saatchi Gallery, London

The Saatchi Gallery is currently availably only in its virtual incarnation; the real gallery will open its door at the first...

Marlborough Fine Art Gallery, London

Definitely one of the most influential leaders of the art market: you will find its stall in all the finest and most...

Whitechapel, London

One of the most famous and, at the same time, most experimental art spaces in London. It has a history of more...

Design Museum, London

Although comparatively small, the London Design Museum, founded in 1989 by Sir Terence Conran has always...

Tate Britain, London

Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art and exhibits works dated from the 1500s to 2007. It's one of the four...

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the hugest depository of British decorative arts. It was opened in 1852...