New London Architecture
Interested in where London’s architecture is headed? Visit the New London Architecture website or the Building Centre . Along with...
Pollock’s Toy Museum
Aimed at adults as much as kids, this museum is simultaneously creepy and mesmerising. You walk in through its shop, laden with...
Advertising themselves as 'London's second-worst comedy club', Pear Shaped is the place to destroy the hopes of enthusiastic amateurs.
The Store St premises of this hugely popular mini-chain is slightly less hectic than some of the other West End outlets, but it retains...
Building Centre, 26 Store St · interesting places nearby
New London Architecture information
This is an excellent place to see which way London’s architectural development is going, and the frequently changing exhibitions will capture the imagination of anyone who loves the city. A large, constantly updated model of the capital highlights the planned and new buildings as well as various neighbourhood regeneration programs. There's an excellent Royal Institute of British Architects bookshop and cafe here too.