London Art + Attractions by A to Z
Waddington Custot Galleries
From 5 Jun: Patrick Caulfield. Early paintings from the 1960s, alongside later large canvases, plus rarely seen preparatory sketches.
This century-old museum is former home of the Hertford family, with 25 galleries housing suits of armour, stunning furniture and art collected mainly in the 18th and 19th ...
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
Everyone's favourite wizard returns with the spellbinding Harry Potter Tours at Leavesden Studios, home of the iconic film series' sets. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the ...
Wellcome Trust's public venue, housing more than 1,500 fascinating artefacts relating to health and the body, inc permanent exhibits Medicine Now and Medicine Man, the ...
The site of the coronation and burial place of British monarchs for 1,000 years. Highlights inc medieval carvings in Poets' Corner, the High Altar and 13th-century marble ...
White Cube Bermondsey
New space for Jay Jopling's ground-breaking gallery, the third in London. To 7 Jul: Julie Mehretu - Liminal Squared. Focussing on a series of large-scale works depicting Al ...
Influential contemporary gallery, boasting a major expansion. To 9 Jun: Collection Sandretto Re Rebaudengo: A Love Meal. A group exhibition of everyday objects as visual ...
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Exhibits and interactive consoles tell the story of the world-famous tennis tournament, and the sport itself, with more than 15,000 artefacts. Look over the hallowed turf ...
The Queen's weekend home and the world's largest, oldest inhabited castle, covering 26 acres and 900 years of history, inc glorious State Apartments furnished with artworks, ...
WWT London Wetland Centre
Award-winning 42-hectare watery wilderness with walkways set among lakes, meadows and reedbeds, heated observatory plus the Pond Zone, home to rare wildlife. From 15 Jun: ...