London’s Hidden Treasures

London, undoubtedly one of our most popular places for getaway. While iconic landmarks like the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace often steal the spotlight, the British capital is also home to a wealth of hidden treasures waiting to be discovered.

In this blog post, let us take you on a journey to some of London’s most unique museums and experiences, showcasing the city’s rich tapestry of art, design, to satisfy your cravings!

Victoria and Albert Museum

First on our list – Victoria and Albert Museum, affectionately known as the V&A.

Located in the heart of South Kensington, this world-renowned institution is dedicated to art and design in all its forms. From exquisite fashion collections to stunning sculptures and decorative arts, the V&A offers a fascinating glimpse into centuries of human creativity – and btw, it’s free!

by human activity I mean, selfie.

One of the most popular spots in V&A, something not to miss, surely

but why don’t we do something different whilst everyone is doing the same thing?

Don’t miss the opportunity to wander through its labyrinthine galleries and immerse yourself in the beauty of the past and present.

Michelangelo’s masterpiece! But hey this is just the copy, why is there a copy? Go and find out for yourself!
I wonder what he heard or saw 😮
art often comes from observation

The Design Museum

Next up, The Design Museum, also free entry – a sleek and modern space nestled along the banks of the River Thames. As the world’s leading museum devoted to contemporary design, it showcases innovative creations across various disciplines, from architecture and fashion to product and graphic design. Step inside to explore thought-provoking exhibitions, interactive installations, and inspiring talks that celebrate the power of design to shape our world.

telling the story of past and present, that’s the beauty of museums
game consoles aren’t the only thing evolving, for sure.
Ironic, no?

Leighton House

For a taste of Victorian splendor, head to Leighton House Museum, once the lavish home of renowned artist Frederic Leighton. Tucked away in the leafy neighborhood of Kensington, this hidden gem boasts opulent interiors adorned with intricate mosaics, stunning paintings, and a breathtaking Arab Hall inspired by Leighton’s travels to the Middle East. Lose yourself in the beauty of this hidden oasis and discover the legacy of one of Britain’s most celebrated artists.

The interior is surely instagrammable
this is everywhere

Accidentally Wes Anderson Exhibition

If you’re a fan of quirky aesthetics and whimsical storytelling, don’t miss the Accidentally Wes Anderson Exhibition. Inspired by the distinctive visual style of Wes Anderson, this immersive experience invites you to step into a world of pastel hues, symmetrical compositions, and nostalgic charm. From all the fan work inspired by Anderson’s signature aesthetic, this exhibition promises a delightful journey to our universe through a different angle!

£11 for students, or get yourself a ticket bundle for another £5
Look familiar to you? Sadly, it’s now demolished 🙁
the beauty of alignment

Don’t forget to check out the unique story of each piece of work!

Goodies such as postcards collection, stickers and posters are available on site!

don’t forget to secure your ticket bundle online so you can get yourself the special ticket!
and you get to use the photo booth for free as well!

London Musical Culture

No visit to London would be complete without experiencing its vibrant musical culture. From historic concert halls like the Royal Albert Hall to intimate jazz clubs and underground venues, the city pulsates with rhythm and melody. Catch a West End musical, discover emerging artists at local pubs, or lose yourself in the beats of electronic music at renowned nightclubs. Whatever your musical taste, London offers a symphony of sounds waiting to be explored.

The Time Traveler’s Wife, can’t miss as a fan.

Of course, popular ones like Les Misérables and Mamma Mia are must-watch as well!

What’s different from the musical in Austria? Go find out!

Not so your thing? What about watching a play?

Witness for the Prosecution, another good idea for your date night

or maybe, the play that goes wrong…?

The award-winning and longest-running comedy in the West End!

it’s now London Theatre Week so ticket are way cheaper! Don’t hesitate, get yourself a ticket and enjoy 😀