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Art in the Park

A gallery may not be your go-to summer activity, but what if it's is situated in the midst of one of London’s most famous parks? We checked out the Serpentine Galleries in Kensington Gardens, and a very special installation in the Serpentine Lake...

2018 marks 100 years since some women, and all men, could vote for the first time.

26 July 2018 – 1 September 2018

This week: 6 – 12 August

Wether you have the kids at home during summer break or looking for fun activities for yourself, the nights are warm and full of possibilities, so fill them with children and adult adventures alike!

Gold Rush at the Bank of England Museum

Do you have what it takes to solve a 100-year old mystery at the Bank of England Museum?

23 July 2018 – 31 August 2018

Get seriously up close and personal with one of the world’s greatest pieces of ceiling art.

Enjoy a mindgrowing visit to Oxford

Oxford University is home to some of the most significant and fascinating collections in the world.

Aftermath: Art in the Wake of WWI

Marking 100 years since the end of WW1, Tate Britain’s latest exhibition explores the effect the conflict had on subsequent British, French and German art.

Michael Jackson: On the Wall

The legacy of the Kind of Pop is celebrated by contemporary artists in a blockbuster exhibition at the National Portrait Exhibition.

This week: 9 – 15 July

Can we tempt you away from football, parks and picnics?

World Gallery at the Horniman Museum

The whole world in Forest Hill

29 June 2018 – 29 June 2019

James Cook: The Voyages

The British Library takes a revered and critical look at the legacy of Cook's great adventures.

Voices from the Deep

The Postal Museum turns a fantastical scientific discovery on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean into a truly emotional testament to human communication.

Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

The V&A’s latest exhibition tries to transform one of Mexico’s foremost female artists into a famous fashion icon, and in the process, forgets the reason she was famous in the first place.

Julie Becker exhibition

The first survey exhibition devoted to the work of the late Julie Becker (1972–2016).

8 June 2018 – 12 August 2018

This week: 11 – 17 June

We hope you're not too busy because lot's is happening in London this week!

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries

The newest addition to the ancient Abbey is unveiled to the public.

London’s museums are the best in the world. From art galleries to displays of significant historical and scientific discoveries and even more specialised collections of curiosities, there’s a venue for every taste. The museums here are always changing their exhibitions and temporary displays, so even if you’ve been before there’s bound to be plenty of new things to explore. Many now also run ‘late’ events, allowing you to discover their delights after work, perhaps even with a drink in hand! We regularly update this exclusive list of where to go and what to see, so you can keep track of all the latest exhibitions, attractions and lates. Tuck in!