The City is perhaps best known for being home to a wealth of financial institutions. But you’ll also find a range of cultural attractions in and around the area, from big venues to small, immersive experiences.
One of London’s most iconic arts venues, the Barbican is home to art galleries, theatres, music venues and cinemas as well as to a stunning conservatory with over 1,500 species of plants and trees.
The Whitechapel Gallery has premiered the works of modern masters like Pablo Picasso. Today, it continues to be recognised for showing the best in international contemporary art – and for actively welcoming people from all walks of life.
From cosy seats with blankets through to waiter service to your sofa, the Everyman Broadgate is cinema as it should be.
East London has the largest concentration of artists and arts organisations of any capital city in the world – a fact which led to the establishment of London’s Artist Quarter. It means you’re never going to be too far from an art exhibition or event, with Design Week and Fashion Week being particular highlights.