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More than a century since it opened, the Science Museum is still drawing the crowds. Corporate hire facilities are more diverse than ever… more »
Home to the world’s largest collection of art and design, the Victoria and Albert Museum – known as the V&A – is one of London’s most… more »
If you’re impressed by the Natural History Museum’s cathedral-like facade, the interiors will knock your socks off. The imposing Central… more »
Opened in time for the London Olympics in 2012, The Ampersand is an appealing addition to South Kensington’s hotel scene. Colourful interiors… more »
With its portfolio of more than 200 meeting and seminar rooms, Imperial is one of London’s largest academic venues, offering a vast choice… more »
The world-famous Royal Albert Hall is well known as a concert venue and hospitality destination but it also boasts a range of opulent function… more »
Having attracted endless column inches for being a favourite with the Royals and their train of A-list friends, Boujis is among the best –… more »
There’s a smart, old-school feel to this South Kensington members’ club, popular with floppy-haired locals and the young Royals. The venue… more »
Added to the Natural History Museum’s spectrum of spaces in 2009, the £78m Darwin Centre packs some serious visual punch. In contrast to… more »
Home to the Rector of Imperial College London, this Grade II-listed Victorian townhouse in Kensington’s museum quarter serves up elegant… more »
With a screen that’s taller than four double-decker buses, the Science Museum’s IMAX cinema is a high-impact venue for conferences, award… more »
The Science Museum’s most contemporary space is also a leading presentation centre for science and technology, set in the futuristic wing… more »
As statement spaces go, the Natural History Museum’s Earth Hall won’t fail to impress even the most jaded of guests. The soaring atrium… more »
Located in the dramatic Earth Hall at the Natural History Museum, the Flett Theatre is a well-equipped auditorium with tiered seating for… more »
Dining reaches giddy heights in the Science Museum’s eye-catching Flight Gallery. Set in an authentic replica of an aircraft hangar, tables… more »