All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Cultural things to do in London
When it comes to culture, it often feels like London leads the way. The sprawling British capital is home to over 170 museums, 857 galleries, four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, countless theatres, and much more besides. While that may sound daunting, it’s precisely this scale and variety that makes London’s cultural landscape so rewarding. Whether it’s Old Masters or modern art, fine architecture or botanical horticulture, you’ll find it in London with the help of this two-day itinerary.
Sir John Soane’s Museum
To get to the Museum of London, hail a taxi for a 10-minute journey.
Museum of London
From the Museum of London, Whitechapel Gallery is a 10-minute drive.
Hail a taxi for the 10-minute drive to White Cube Bermondsey.
White Cube Bermondsey
From White Cube Bermondsey, Dulwich Picture Gallery is just half an hour away by taxi.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
The hotel is a 40-minute taxi ride from the gallery.
The Queen’s Gallery
From The Queen’s Gallery, the Chelsea Physic Garden is a 10-minute journey by taxi.
Chelsea Physic Garden
Then, hail a taxi for the 15-minute journey to the Serpentine Galleries.
To get to the Wallace Collection, take a 10-minute taxi journey, or walk for half an hour through Hyde Park.
The Wallace Collection
The final stop of the day is Keats House in Hampstead, just 20 minutes away from the Wallace Collection by taxi.
To get back to the hotel, take a 20-minute taxi ride.