Primrose Hill must be fascinated by you. Hike up the sights of North London and be spoiled by a glamorous audience. Stefano Gabbana (half of Dolce and Gabbana), Sookie Waterhouse and Sam Taylor-Wood live in the area and are a hotbed for young and stylish. Ideal for picnics or simple walks.
Trace the time when the Geffrye Museum took visitors on a journey through history from 1600 to the present. As well as 11 elegant rooms, the museum garden is an oasis of calm and coolness in East London. And it's more than just a moment of serenity - the garden behind the museum tells the story of the garden and observes how home gardens have evolved over the last four centuries.
You may not see turbo speed relays or cyclists circling around the perimeter like you did at the 2012 Olympics, but the purpose-built Olympic Park is working hard to keep it up to date. There are a number of verses around the garden bearing landmark signs; Take a walk and find Tennyson's Odyssey, Ethan Manor Carol Ann Duffy, or Joe Shapcott's The Wild Swimmer.
Before Hollywood launched the women's rights blockbuster "Suffragette" starring Meryl Streep and Carrie Mulligan, you could see her in "Soldiers and Suffragettes: The Photography of Christina Broome" (June 19 to November 1) at the Museum of London Docklands in Find out Canary Dock. Get involved in the work of one of the UK's most productive and innovative women.
Nothing is more down to earth and calming than taking the time to day-to-day urban planning to deal with animals and wildlife. Founded by volunteers in 1978, Spitalfields City Farm still relies on volunteers to run their day-to-day operations and care for their furry and furry creatures. With donkeys, sheep, ponies, goats and cows, this is the most central ranch in town.
The pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery was designed by Selgascano in 2015 and is a landmark of the city. Every year different artists are given the opportunity to occupy space and create extraordinary art. Save time checking out the Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Verses After Dark exhibition in the gallery and visit the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, just a short walk away.
London's largest independent bookstore, Foyles, has more than 200,000 titles. At his new location in Charing Cross were eight shelves: books as far as the eye could see. You will get lost in Austin before you know it.
You don't have to be an obsessed Harry Potter to be touched by J. Rowling's story. You may not be able to catch the train to Hogwart at King's Cross Station, but make a stop at this platform if it's a good photo for tourists.
With amazing flora and fauna and beautiful bird species, St. James is a wonderful getaway to the city. But what really sets this green center apart and worth a visit happens every day at 2:30 pm. and 3pm when the popular pelicans eat fresh fish.
See 300 years of British history and local currency history at the Central Bank of England Museum. It has everything from cartoons to tools to the banknotes themselves that tell the story of the British economy. Who knows you can have fun but you can't spend money.
With more than 58,000 square feet of indoor space, the 1970 property that houses the White Cubes is one of the city's hottest contemporary art destinations. With three large showrooms in one gallery, something always stands out, and today's Mark Quinn: The Toxic Sublime is no exception. Save time browsing the gallery bookstore while you're there.
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