London is one of the most instagrammable cities in the world. However, we don’t need that old boring pictures of Big Ben in our phones. So, now we need to find something new to share with the world or on our Instagram.
Today, we’ll show you the 15 wonderful and weird London gems from neon sign treasure to insane milkshakes to make your Instagram followers feel jealous of you.
1. Sky Garden
If you want to shot the perfect London skyline, then must trip this place. This is one of the tallest building in London and is completely free to visit. But to avoid standing in a huge queue, you can do the advance booking and the best time to book is at the time of sunset.
2. Wallace Collection
The Wallace collection is home to 18th-century paintings. It’s a national museum in a historic London Townhouse. You will love watching the paintings, furniture as well as porcelain with old master paintings and world-class armory as well.
The place is best to perform sunrise yoga, hang out with friends. It has some really amazing panoramic views in London that you can only see from this place. You can take the best snaps here and post it on your story. It’s one of the best rooftop bars in the country.
4. The Albion
This is the best beer garden in the world that can give you an amazing experience. This British pub is the best spot for a Sunday roast. You will love the place and most importantly its floral deco that will offer you a perfect photo background.
5. Wilton’s Music Hall
This is one of the oldest music halls in the world crowned by a canopy of fairy lights. You can come here to watch live, music and pop-up vintage fairs to ping pong tournaments. People from across the world book its tickets in advance as not to miss the show of their favorite musicians.
This is one of the super cute vegan restaurants that will blow your mind with its creations featuring guilt-free pancakes edible flowers as well as alcohol-free cocktails. Anyone can love this place, there is not a single reason to hate this place.
7. One New Change Rooftop Terrace, St. Paul’s
This amazing terrace is free and open to everyone so that you can flutter. Make sure to view the perfect sunset landscape picture with St Paul’s Cathedral as the centre of attraction.
8. Stairwell to Frank’s Cafe, Peckham
Get ready with your pink outfit for this one and prepare some serious millenary Insta-Action on the way to this roof bar. We recommend going with a bunch of people to get that ultimate juxtapose image or you can just click the picture of the surroundings.
9. Drama, Park Lane
If not too intoxicated, you can seriously have a photoshoot in this nightclub or can have a perfect selfie angle! With sleeping chambers, baths full of silver balls, glitter, and bizarre corners, you’re compelled to find a prop or apt backdrop to your #nightout clicks.
10. Tonight Josephine, Waterloo
This place is renowned for making Fab more fabulous. Just do one thing, get down there for happy hour drinks and absolute cute surroundings.
11. House of Hackney, Hackney
You just can’t ignore the House of Hackney; so, be ready for some serious internal enthusiasm.
12. The Shard, London Bridge
If you want to draw a picture of London’s impressive skyline, then Shard is one of the best places to do this. It not only offers panoramic views from its viewing platform, restaurant, bar, and hotel, but it also looks very fancy.
13. Palm Vaults, Hackney
If you’re in search of London’s most Instagrammable Coffee Shop, then this is it! Everything here is surrounded by a beautiful pastel hue or luscious green plants. Try one of their colored lattes and pair it with one of their smoothie bowls.
14. The Great Conservatory, Syon House
Syon House is a beautiful conservatory which is any plant lover’s dream, but at the same time, it’s equally a good place to roam around. If you’re planning for a destination wedding, then we would say this is a very good option.
15. Queen Elizabeth Roof Garden Bar & Cafe, Southbank
Do you love rooftop in summers? Well, there’s a wonderful skyline in London, situated on the top of Queen Elizabeth Hall. This is roof garden is a small oasis having beautiful riverside views which is free and open to everyone.
16. Leadenhall Market, City of London
When you roam in one of London’s oldest markets, make preparations to step back in time. Dating back to the 14th century, this market not only feels like a small castle, but also makes a very good collection of shops, restaurants, and bars.
17. Queen’s House, Greenwich
This architectural classic has just reopened after some major restoration works and we have to say, it really looks Regal. With fancy spiral stairs, artistic ceilings and free entry. So, don’t miss a chance to step into Greenwich’s sight.