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Greenwich

Day trips

Straddle time and set out to sea from historical Greenwich.

Windsor Castle

Day trips

The Queen will see you now. Discover Lizzie’s Royal treasures before heading into beautiful old Windsor.

Royal Academy of Arts

Attractions

One of London’s most influential galleries has hosted the likes of Van Gogh and Tracey Emin throughout its impressive spaces, and now has its first permanent restaurant.

Design Museum

Attractions

An excellent collection of design pieces, intriguing guest exhibitions and a fantastic museum shop and café all form part of the draw here.

Annroy Gallery

Attractions

Photographer Rankin takes to Real Estate with the opening of his very own gallery.

Photos: London by Marc Goodwin

Travel blog

Join us on a photo tour of London with images by architectural photographer Marc Goodwin.

RIB Thames Tours

Guides & Tours

Get a waterborne vantage of the city’s landmarks and even play at being Bond for the day with these thematic river tours.

White Cube

Attractions

Set up by Jay Jopling in the 90s, White Cube continues to host an incredible roster of names including Tracey Emin and Gilbert and George.

The Wapping Project

Attractions

The extraordinary space of this ex-power station really dictates the pace of the exhibitions which fit themselves around the venue, which also includes a great restaurant.

Victoria Miro Gallery

Attractions

Whilst its popularity could be ascribed to its own garden overlooking the Regent’s Canal, the two floors here boast some serious resident artists including Peter Doig and Grayson Perry.

The Royal Opera House

Attractions

Possibly the only place where you won’t get smacked around for alluding to the fat lady who sings – because this is where you’re most likely to find her – as well as The Royal Ballet.

Rivington Place

Attractions

Rivington Place is the first new-build public space in London since the Hayward, putting on educational shows on international issues from culturally diverse perspectives.

Riflemaker Gallery

Attractions

A former gunmakers (hence the name) turned art gallery exhibits hot little shows under the curatorial eyes of Virginia Damtsa and Tot Taylor.

Proud Central

Attractions

Putting rock legends on a pedestal, Proud Central is the gallery version of the live music venue of the same name, showcasing equally cool, musically led exhibitions.

National Portrait Gallery

Attractions

Representing the face of the nation, the NPG has everything from paintings dating back to the pre 16th century to modern canvases splashed with the likes of Kate Moss.

ICA

Attractions

Galleries, a theatre, a bookshop and two cinemas are all well and good – but it’s the bar here that really packs them in for some ‘culture’.

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