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“London’s best contemporary art gallery has plenty of interactive activities for kids. It’s inside the former Bankside Power Station and younger kids can run around the vast Turbine Hall. Kids aged 3 and older can sketch their own masterpieces at the Bloomberg digital drawing bar and then have their art projected onto the gallery’s walls. The Sonic Trails app is especially designed to take kids on sound journey through the gallery, while the Tate Kids Collection Case is a scavenger-hunt-like exploration of the Materials and Objects display. (1 restaurant) ages: 3+ tube: Blackfriars of Southwark open: Daily 10:00 to 18:00 costs: Kids under 12 get free access to all exhibitions; adults pay for special exhibitions only”
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Leikhús
“Oak-and-thatch replica of original Elizabethan theatre, showing Shakespeare plays in the open air.”
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Næturklúbbur
“Established in 1991, this flagship London club has spawned a record label and countless multimedia outlets since then, but still remains a key destination for dedicated clubbers in the capital. Some of the world's biggest DJs regularly play here alongside up-and-coming acts in various rooms, so if you're seeking a big night out in Elephant and Castle, there's nowhere better.”
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“The Epic Italian Food Hall In South London You Need To Visit • Mercato Metropolitano. 1. There’s a ton of great street food to eat You’re not short on choice at Mercato Metropolitano, with 26 different stalls to choose from. As the name suggests, they’ve got Italian cuisine sorted, with pizza, fresh pasta, arancini, fritto misto and even craft beers from Chiswick favourites The Italian Job. But that’s just the start – you can dive into some gooey melted cheese with raclette from Champagne & Fromage, try mouthwatering ribs from Prarie BBQ or sample vegan rice bowls from Really Rice. Turkish, Indian, Mexican, and Lebanese cuisines are all in the mix, too. 2. The drinks aren’t half-bad either In need of a refreshment? A slew of specialist bars can slake your thirst with anything from small-batch gin to biodynamic wines, Bavarian-style beers and cocktails. (Or you can just order a cider, obvs.) 3. It’s fucking massive There’s, like, one big room with loads of stalls, followed by – surprise! – another really big room with more stalls. But wait, around the corner there’s another massive bit, but keep going – it honestly seems like it goes on forever. (In fact, as I researched this article, I’ve also seen reference to a ‘second floor’ that I’ve NEVER seen, despite having visited several times?) What I’m saying is, there’s always somewhere to sit, which I think is an underrated criterion for rating venues. Talking of somewhere to sit… ”
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Vínbar
“A hidden spot under the railway arches that serves small producer wine with a daily changing, seasonal menu of absolutely outstanding food. Open Wednesday to Saturday and well worth squeezing into whatever spot is available.”
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Listasafn
“The Fashion and Textile Museum is a contemporary fashion museum, 2 min walk from the flat. Founded by British designer Zandra Rhodes in 2003, the museum is part of the Newham College of Further Education – one of Europe's largest further education colleges.”
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Kaffihús
“Great coffee and quirky interior. Can spend all day here working or hanging out.”
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Kaffihús
“Grab some of the finest coffee at this Borough Market institution. Excellent pastries and you can also get beans to go for brewing at home”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“Hay's Galleria is a mixed use building in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames featuring offices, restaurants, shops, and flats. Originally a warehouse and associated wharf (Hay's Wharf) for the port of London, it was redeveloped in the 1980s. It is a Grade II listed structure. During the nineteenth century, the wharf was one of the chief delivery points for ships bringing tea to the Pool of London.[1] At its height, 80% of the dry produce imported to London passed through the wharf, and on this account the Wharf was nicknamed 'the Larder of London'. ”
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Markaðir

Markaður
“London's oldest food market, the vibrant Borough Market has been around for over a thousand years. Not only is it UK's best-known — it's one of the most famous food markets in the world. Best times to visit If you’re not taking a guided tour or attending an event, avoid peak times. There's a limited market (which means not all stalls are open) on Mondays and Tuesdays, and a full market between Wednesday to Saturday. Get there as early as you can to beat the crowds. The best time to visit is between 10am to midday Wednesday to Friday; and 8am to midday on Saturday. Yes, Saturdays are the liveliest, but also the most crowded. Alternatively, go at around 4pm. The crowds will have thinned out by then, and many stallholders will give you their unsold products (especially perishable fruit and veg, baked goods and cooked dishes) at a heavily discounted price.”
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Markaður
“Easily accessible by London Bridge underground station or a direct Bus from Liverpool Street Station, Borough Market is one of London's an iconic food halls. Open between 10am and 5pm, it's the perfect place to refuel for lunch, and stock up on locally produced food and souvenirs to take away with you. ”
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Markaður
“Upmarket, good quality. Further to walk, but there’s much more choice and great selection of everyday deli produce”
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Markaður
“Best food markets around, some things are a little pricey but with delicacies and old favourites from all over the world your problem will be deciding what to eat not worrying about the price.”
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Markaður
“From whitebait to fish 'n' chips direct from the fishmonger plus Sunday brunch in Borough Market. Enjoy inexpensive fish/seafood in this conservatory style venue with great views of Southwark Cathedral. ”
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Markaður
“Compact enoteca-style bar with a few pavement tables, for cold cuts and cheeses, plus wine tastings.”
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Markaður
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