Contemporary art in a huge renovated Georgian building. All exhibitions are temporary, and usually free.
The Old Operating Theatre
Victorian surgeries took place here without anaesthesia
Situated in the roof of a Baroque church on the old St Thomas' Hospital site, this room was originally used to store herbs for medicine. In 1822 an operating theatre was added, where surgery without anaesthesia took place in front of audiences.
Museum of Freemasonry
English Freemasonry is celebrated at this little-known museum and library in Covent Garden
English Freemasonry emerged in the 1700s and is celebrated at this little-known museum and library. Within Covent Garden’s monolithic Freemasons' Hall, the Museum of Freemasonry illuminates the history and significance of freemasonry through the ages and around the world.
The View from The Shard
Ascend the tallest building in Western Europe in a high-speed lift
The Queen's Gallery
This smart gallery adjoining Buckingham Palace has temporary exhibitions, often sourced from 500 years of treasures from the Royal Collection.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The V&A’s outstanding collection of fine and applied arts spans 3,000 years and includes fashion, paintings, photographs and ceramics from around the world.
The London Helicopter Tour
The sky’s the limit
Go Ape Battersea Park
A fun obstacle course suspended high up in the trees, suitable for both kids and adults