The artists’ gallery
From Rockwell East you are just a 10 minute stroll to a gallery that has premiered eventually world famous artists such as Picasso, Pollock and Hockney since opening its doors in 1901. Whitechapel Gallery continues its mission to promote new artists and ‘bring great art to the people of the East End of London to this day’.
Tower of London
Her Majesty’s Royal Palace
Discover London’s castle – a secure fortress, royal palace and infamous prison. Today it’s one of Britain’s most visited historic sites with plenty of events taking place throughout the year.
Curzon Cinema + Bar
The forefront of cinema
Specialising in art house flms, Curzon is known as a place to discover other worlds and cultures, or see a different perspective. It’s also a place where the drinks and conversation flow in equal measure, where cinema becomes a memorable experience for a broad range of people. With a four screen cinema and the added luxury of reclining seats, expect everything from Hollywood blockbusters to low budget independent gems or just chill out in the spacious bar areas.
Wilton’s Music Hall
The oldest grand music
hall in the world
Wilton’s Music Hall is a truly stunning Grade 2 listed building. But it’s not just worth a visit for its beauty, it also showcases world-class music and productions during its year round programme.
St. Katharine Docks
Steeped in heritage and truly unique, St. Katharine Docks are home to a collection of high-quality restaurants, pubs and bars. Two highlights are the chic and modern L’Escale wine bar and the traditional Dickens Inn. A vibrant and dynamic London quarter, river cruises can be taken from here and provide a scenic route to Westminster Pier.