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Art Museum
“Tate Modern observation deck - Tate Modern is a great museum to visit for those interested in art. It is now also home to a top observation deck located on the 10th floor. This is even free to access. From this lookout, you can enjoy views to the East, North and West. As sunset is often across the river this makes it one of the best places to go in London for sunset as well as into the blue hour.”
  • 478 locals recommend
“Oak-and-thatch replica of original Elizabethan theatre, showing Shakespeare plays in the open air.”
  • 192 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The Gallery owns one of the finest collections of Old Master paintings in the world especially rich in French, Italian and Spanish Baroque paintings and in British portraits from Tudor times to the 19th century. Famous works include those by Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Poussin, Watteau, Canaletto, Rubens, Veronese and Murillo amongst many others. Founded in 1811, it was the first purpose-built public art gallery to open to the public and remains one of Britain’s most valued artistic and architectural treasures”
  • 143 locals recommend
Street Food Gathering
“Our MMarketplace is where selected food suppliers and our trading partners connect with our visitors to breathe life into healthy living that helps local communities grow strong together. MM brings diverse food practices and ingredients from different countries, cultures and traditions into urban environments. We take a ‘Glocal’ approach: global reach with a local focus. While you will find dishes from around the world in our marketplace, we encourage the use of locally-sourced, natural ingredients. Mercato Metropolitano started with a pilot project in 2015 during the World Expo in Milan, regenerating a 150,000 sq.ft. disused railway station. The development of the first Mercato Metropolitano was carefully planned to retain the site’s original appearance, which nurtured the local community’s affection for a special part of their urban history. Over a four-month period, we saw in excess of two million visitors and our customer spend was over €8 million. The concept evolved from this success, and we opened our first site in Elephant & Castle, London in 2016.”
  • 104 locals recommend
“Located in a former bus depot, Ministry of Sound was once the epitome of warehouse cool and is still perhaps the UK’s best-known clubbing venues: thus, any self-respecting fan of dance music in any form should visit Ministry at least once. To be honest, though, once won't be enough when you've seen the fun you can have in this gargantuan beat playground. Laid out across four dancefloors and various bars, there’s lots to explore thanks to the club's extensive refurb at the end of 2013, as well as a shift towards more underground pastures in the music programming, too.”
  • 85 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Fashion and Textile Museum is a contemporary fashion museum, 2 min walk from the flat. Founded by British designer Zandra Rhodes in 2003, the museum is part of the Newham College of Further Education – one of Europe's largest further education colleges.”
  • 43 locals recommend
“This is a handy cafe about 15 minutes walk from us - they do great coffee, and there is a bakery there too. I believe you are welcome to hang out there and work too (on your computer). I have heard great things about Tuesday evening Jazz sessions there. ”
  • 54 locals recommend
“A fantastic brunch spot. We recommend the Young Betty, Convict and the hash browns are to die for! Coffee is great and the orange juice with galangal is spot on. Lovely Aussie sweet treats for dessert if you still have room too! ”
  • 42 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Vietnamese Restaurant
“The oldest shopping centre in the UK. Hurry up., it's going to be taken down in 2019”
  • 28 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Hay's Galleria is a mixed use building in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames featuring offices, restaurants, shops, and flats. Originally a warehouse and associated wharf (Hay's Wharf) for the port of London, it was redeveloped in the 1980s. It is a Grade II listed structure. During the nineteenth century, the wharf was one of the chief delivery points for ships bringing tea to the Pool of London.[1] At its height, 80% of the dry produce imported to London passed through the wharf, and on this account the Wharf was nicknamed 'the Larder of London'. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Victoria Place and Cardinal Place shopping centres have a selection of high-street shops as well as bars and restaurants. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Nearby (less than 10 minutes walk) shopping mall with full range of stores and eateries.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“The Nova Complex includes a range of restaurants and bar spots; - Franca Manca (Pizza) - Sticks'n' Sushi - Shake Shack - Hai Cenato (italian) - Ole & Steen (Bakery/ coffee) - Bone Daddies (Ramen) - Greenwood (pub style) - The Stoke House - CrossTown Donuts - Ahi Poke - Pure (coffee shop) - Sourced Market ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Independent restaurants and retailers make this riverside location lovely to visit. No traffic makes this a good spot for families with children”
  • 9 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Beautiful Regency shopping arcade with tiny little luxury shops, just look 12 bus to Piccadilly”
  • 9 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Having celebrated its 1,000th birthday in 2014, it’s fair to say Borough Market is one of London’s more established haunts. Located under a maze of Victorian railway arches and open Monday to Saturday, Borough Market is stuffed with lovely food and food-lovers. It offers all you need for a memorable grab-and-go breakfast or lunch, but is also a good place for a simple wander.”
  • 3 locals recommend


“A great traidtional food market in central London. Very popular so it is always busy!”
  • 368 locals recommend
“Easily accessible by London Bridge underground station or a direct Bus from Liverpool Street Station, Borough Market is one of London's an iconic food halls. Open between 10am and 5pm, it's the perfect place to refuel for lunch, and stock up on locally produced food and souvenirs to take away with you. ”
  • 414 locals recommend
“Covered alleyway of food & beverage markets, with a huge range of cuisines and flavours.”
  • 50 locals recommend
“Open mid-week to Saturday (but not on a Sunday weirdly). World famous market just outside of London Bridge station. Great mix of ready to eat food, vegetables, meats, cheese, wine, sweet treats. ”
  • 34 locals recommend
“One of Londons oldest markets, it sells everything. Fresh fruit and veg, shoes, clothes, birthday cards, quite a bit of tat... it's got the lot. It's the opposite of hipster! A real market in real London. Still some very old school traders working here. Charlie Chaplin was also born nearby. Closed Mondays.”
  • 42 locals recommend
“(3 min walk) Tachbrook market has 6-8 international hot food stalls. The lunchtime queues can be long. But it is because the food is good! ”
  • 12 locals recommend
“Within 12 minute walk, Venn Street offers food (including our favourite Pizza and Burger independent restaurants), drinks, and local Cinema. Every Saturday there is a local market offering food to eat there and then, grocers, baker, fish monger etc.”
  • 30 locals recommend
“Best food markets around, some things are a little pricey but with delicacies and old favourites from all over the world your problem will be deciding what to eat not worrying about the price.”
  • 26 locals recommend