Dulwich Picture Gallery
The world’s first public art gallery, the small Dulwich Picture Gallery was designed by the idiosyncratic architect Sir John Soane...
This museum is an extraordinary place, comprising the original collection of wealthy tea merchant and pack rat Frederick John Horniman....
This revitalised covered market has enjoyed an eye-catching renaissance in the past half-dozen years, prompted by an initiative to offer...
Downstairs, this long-running local institution has a cavernous DJ and live-music bar, mobbed by a young South London crowd. The main...
Dulwich Picture Gallery Cafe
In a rarefied, modern extension of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, this cafe is a lifeline in the food desert that is Dulwich. Although the...
1D Calton Ave, Dulwich Village · interesting places nearby
Village Books information
Village Books is so small you could swing the proverbial dead cat and dislodge books from all four walls. But tininess is this shop’s forte, with a wealth of knowledge and experience from staff. There is an extensive and excellent children's book section.