Unlike other venues for Shakespearean plays, the new Globe was designed to resemble the original as closely as possible, which means...
One of London's most popular attractions, this outstanding modern and contemporary art gallery is housed in the creatively revamped...
Home of the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, this friendly, upbeat place has no permanent...
If you love Shakespeare and the theatre, the Globe will knock you off your feet. This authentic Shakespearean theatre is a wooden O...
This Memphis-style BBQ joint was designed with hungry carnivores in mind. Ample portions of smoky, slow-cooked meats dominate the menu,...
Millennium Bridge information
The elegant Millennium Bridge staples the south bank of the Thames, in front of Tate Modern, with the north bank, at the steps of Peter’s Hill below St Paul’s Cathedral. The low-slung frame designed by Sir Norman Foster and Antony Caro looks spectacular, particularly lit up at night with fibre optics.
The view of St Paul’s from the South Bank is one of London’s iconic images.