Florence Nightingale Museum
This small but excellent museum looks back at the life and legacy of Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), who led a team of nurses to...
London Duck Tours
Amphibious craft based on D-Day landing vehicles depart from behind the London Eye near the County Hall and cruise the streets of...
Begun in 1909 but not completed until 1922, this grand building with its curved, colonnaded facade contains a vast aquarium and a museum...
Never has there been a London theatre with a more famous artistic director. American actor Kevin Spacey took the theatrical helm in...
Masters Super Fish
This popular place serves excellent fish (brought in fresh daily from Billingsgate Market and grilled rather than fried if desired); low...
Lonely Planet review
A real find in the elephants’ graveyard we like to call Waterloo, this funky cafe-bar and former scooter repair shop with a Piatti scooter in the window serves killer hot chocolates, coffee and decadent cocktails. Unusually, you're allowed to bring take-away food. The tiny patio at the back is perfect to soak up the sun.
There are films screenings every other Sunday.