Leighton House Museum
Extraordinary home built for Sir Frederick Leighton RA, with the most beautiful use of Islamic tiles and interesting architectural details. The entrance is £9, £7 concession.
If you like museums Leighton House Just round the corner worth a visit for art and history lovers
An unusual and unique house which at times has interesting exhibitions too. Worth the entrance fee.
Extraordinary home built for Sir Frederick Leighton RA, with the most beautiful use of Islamic tiles and interesting architectural details.
“A tranquil park with beautiful Japanese gardens and a huge adventure playground for children. ”
“You step out of Shepherd’s Bush Market Station in dire need of a caffeine hit. Follow that scent of just-roasted coffee beans and you’ll be in front of the Hummingbird Deli in no time. It’s a small space, but it doesn’t feel cramped, attracting both the linger-a-while and the always-on-the-go. There’s couscous and red-pepper salad, spiced carrot cake and lemon tart, as well as a quirky seating area with gorgeous hummingbird wallpaper and colourful wooden chairs for those who need to sit down to tackle the chunky bacon ciabatta with both hands. Also worth getting your hands on is the berry smoothie. And the soundtrack is always choice. ”
“Live music venue many artists use as a warm-up venue for a tour. Alanis Morisette, Adele, Lily Allen have all played here.”
“The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens is one of London’s most ornate monuments. It commemorates the death of Prince Albert in 1861. The memorial is located in Kensington Gardens on Albert Memorial Road opposite The Royal Albert Hall. The memorial was designed by George Gilbert Scott.”