Natural History Museum
This colossal and magnificent-looking building is infused with the irrepressible Victorian spirit of collecting, cataloguing and...
Victoria & Albert Museum
The Museum of Manufactures, as the V&A was known when it opened in 1852, was part of Prince Albert’s legacy to the nation in the...
Built for Michelin between 1905 and 1911 by François Espinasse, and completely restored in 1985, the building blurs the stylish line...
Ciné Lumière is attached to South Kensington’s French Institute, and its large art-deco 300-seat salle (cinema) screens great...
If your battery's flat hoovering up South Kensington's museums, this colourful, good-looking and brisk restaurant just round the corner...
20 Thurloe St · interesting places nearby
With an unassuming yet wholesome interior, this popular Polish restaurant welcomes diners with a heart-warming range of vodkas and a reasonably priced, regularly varying menu, where you can usually find the oft-seen bigos (a ‘hunter’s stew’ of cabbage and pork) and an abundance of soups. The Monday to Saturday espresso lunch (£10) is attractively priced.