Popular Gardens in Nine Elms

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Popular Gardens in Nine Elms

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
4.7 (31204 ratings)4.5 (7034 ratings)
Trees and flowers from around the globe in vast gardens with huge greenhouses and Treetop Walkway.
Richmond, United Kingdom
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Sky Garden
Sky Garden
4.7 (36292 ratings)4.5 (12265 ratings)
Known as the walkie talkie due to its unique shape, this skyscraper features a top-floor restaurant.
1 SKY GARDEN WALK, London, EC3M 8AF, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in London, England
"The ferns, fig trees and purple African lilies that clamber up the final three storeys of the 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper are mere wallflowers at this 155m-high rooftop garden – it's the rather extraordinary 360-degree views of London (the best in the City) that make this vast, airport-terminal-like space so popular (advance booking recommended). Located on the 35th floor of 20 Fenchurch St, the Sky Garden has front-row seats for the Shard and vistas that gallop for miles east and west."
Mentioned by Country and Town House
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"Located on floor 36 of the iconic Walkie Talkie, the views from the Darwin Brasserie are pretty striking. Although Fenchurch Restaurant – one of Sky Garden’s other offerings – is higher, the Darwin Brasserie has better views thanks to its position further back from the Sky Garden’s atrium roof. A good option if you want to enjoy the sights without the flocks of camera totting tourists."
Mentioned by TripSavvy
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"Sky Garden is on top of one of the skyscrapers found in London. You can visit levels 35 through 37 of the "Walkie Talkie" for free—just make sure to book a ticket in advance."
Horniman Museum and Gardens
Horniman Museum and Gardens
4.6 (5772 ratings)4.5 (610 ratings)
Museum with aquarium, stuffed animal and musical instrument collections, set in landscaped gardens.
100 London Rd, London, SE23 3PQ, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
15 Best Museums in London
"The Horniman’s far-out location (almost an hour from central London) means that you can expect lots of lovely breathing space at a museum that would otherwise be packed. The huge building, with its looming clocktower, looks a bit like a very ornate train station and is surrounded by 16 acres of garden. You’ll find large natural history and anthropology galleries, as well as an aquarium, carefully curated wild-looking gardens, and a beautiful Victorian conservatory."
Mentioned by girl gone london
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"The Horniman Museum really excels in its child-friendly nature with 16 acres of child-friendly places to play. Toddlers will fall in love with its outdoor areas that includes a nature trail and hands-on object touching exhibits. There’s also an aquarium which will keep them mesmerized as well as a nature base with interactive ways to explore the natural world."
Mentioned by Wimdu - Accommodation, Holiday Apartments & Villas
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"This eclectic collection of anthropological curios was put together by Frederick Horniman, the son of a successful businessman, who had plenty of money to play with. The museum hosts a fascinating natural history exhibit and a collection of musical instruments from around the world. Horniman Museum © Flickr Neil Turner"
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace
4.7 (16256 ratings)4.5 (6652 ratings)
Famous seat of Henry VIII and his many wives, this palace received elegant Stuart-era modernisation.
Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by England itinerary
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"One of the most famous palaces in England, Hampton Court is known for its lush gardens and unusual architecture (half-Tudor, half-Baroque). Get lost in the Hampton Court maze, see the largest grapevine in the world, and take a behind-the-scenes look at a palace kitchen that was once used to serve hundreds of guests. Historical reenactments take place during the day and are a delight for travellers interested in British royalty. Hampton Court is within walking distance of the nearby train station and the River Thames for easy access back to London."
Kensington Gardens
Kensington Gardens
4.7 (21355 ratings)4.5 (4124 ratings)
Expansive park containing Kensington Palace and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground.
London, W2 2UH, United Kingdom
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Chelsea Physic Garden
Chelsea Physic Garden
4.6 (1164 ratings)4.5 (541 ratings)
Second-oldest surviving botanical garden in England, founded in 1673 for medicinal plant study.
66 Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HS, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Attractions, Tours & Hotel Deals | OverseasAttractions.com
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"Established in the second half of the seventeenth century by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, the Chelsea Physic Garden is one of the oldest botanical gardens in England. Included among the London Museums of Health and Medicine, this botanical garden has some unique features attracting tourists interested in botany. Noteworthy mentions are Britain’s largest fruiting olive tree and the world’s most northern grapefruit that grows outdoors."
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
London Itinerary: How to Spend 6 Days in London
"Alternatives: There are many other things to see in the area (mostly in Chelsea), including the Chelsea Physic Garden (fee*), Leighton House Museum (fee), Design Museum, Portobello Road Market, Chelsea Football Club Stadium Tour & Museum (fee*), and the recently renovated National Army Museum. London Itinerary Day 6 – Greenwich or Free Day"
National Trust - Emmetts Garden
National Trust - Emmetts Garden
4.6 (1306 ratings)4.5 (366 ratings)
Hillside garden with exotic shrubs and a formal rose garden, plus picnic meadow and garden games.
Ide Hill, Sevenoaks, TN14 6BA, United Kingdom
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Bonnington Square Pleasure Garden
Bonnington Square Pleasure Garden
4.7 (97 ratings)
Pretty community square run by residents on a former WWII bomb site with an 1860's factory wheel.
2-12 Bonnington Square, London, SW8 1TE, United Kingdom
Mentioned by CN Traveller
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"It lifts the soul to see what a passionate community can achieve when it works (damn hard) as one. The jam-packed ‘Pleasure Garden’, created from an old bombsite, is a masterclass in use of space. But the true pleasure here is how the horticultural enthusiasm erupts from its tiny confines to virtually every free surface of the square."
Victoria Embankment Gardens
Victoria Embankment Gardens
4.6 (1449 ratings)4.5 (172 ratings)
Peaceful green space with grassy picnic areas, a bandshell & gardens, plus a 1626 Thames River gate.
Villiers St, London, WC2N 6NS, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by The Bon Vivant Journal
The Best Parks in London - Open Spaces to Enjoy in London
"Between Waterloo and Hungerford bridges you can retreat to the landscaped Victoria Embankment Gardens, where you will find an unmatched tranquillity in this tourist area. In the summer recline on deckchairs and take in a bandstand performance."
Myddelton House Gardens
Myddelton House Gardens
4.6 (663 ratings)4.5 (224 ratings)
Restored botanist's gardens, with a carp lake, Victorian glasshouse, visitor centre/museum and cafe.
Enfield, EN2 9HG, United Kingdom
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Top Best French Restaurants in Nine Elms

4.6 (204 ratings)
Set up by two sommeliers, this French venue features and extensive and unusual wine list.
48 Gresham St, London, EC2V 7AY, United Kingdom
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3.9 (361 ratings)
Venue offering a quirky setting for French food served under a wisteria ceiling.
400 Oxford St, London, W1A 1AB, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by The Handbook
The Most Instagrammable Restaurants In London
"Not only does Aubaine deliver exceptional French cuisine, they also deliver on Instagrammable interiors. You already know we’re a sucker for a floral installation but seriously, how cute are these wisteria shots?!. Pull up a pew, grab yourself a cocktail and soak up these dreamy interiors."
Bob Bob Ricard, City
Bob Bob Ricard, City
4.6 (109 ratings)
Classic French cuisine served in luxurious booths that look like bejewelled train carriages.
Level 3, 122 Leadenhall St, Lime Street, London EC3V 4AB, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by The Stylist Group
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"A romantic evening doesn’t have to mean candle light, rose petals and feeding each other oysters – in London, anything goes. So, for couples who are a little bit cooler there’s Bob Bob Cité, the second venue from the creators of iconic Soho haunt Bob Bob Ricard. Hidden away on the second floor of the Leadenhall Building in Bank, this 21st century take on a traditional French brasserie will dazzle your senses."
Mentioned by Visit London
Romantic restaurants in London
"If you’re looking for cool restaurants in London, book a cosy booth at the futuristic Bob Bob Cité, a traditional brasserie with a 21st-century feel. Order some bubbly with a single touch of a button, and hey presto… If you can tear yourself away from the gaze of your date amid all the bubbles, select from modern takes on French classics."
Mentioned by Hot Dinners
The best London restaurants for French fine dining
"It was five years in the making and that really shows in this sequel to Bob Bob Ricard. Easily one of the most stunning rooms in town, this restaurant also features one of the best French chefs in town, Eric Chavot. The menu here is upscale French food, with dishes including Daube De Boeuf Provencal and Grilled Lobster Thermidor."

Best Fast Food Restaurants in Nine Elms

Dip & Flip Battersea
Dip & Flip Battersea
4.5 (800 ratings)
Gourmet burgers and hot meat sandwiches topped with gravy in a simple-yet-stylish dining room.
87 Battersea Rise, London, SW11 1HW, United Kingdom
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The Kati Roll Company
The Kati Roll Company
4.3 (1835 ratings)
Spiced meat and veg mixture in paratha wraps, served in cafe with Bollywood posters or to takeaway.
24 Poland St, London, W1F 8QL, United Kingdom
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Bad Vegan
Bad Vegan
3.7 (6 ratings)
Top Floor, Buck Street Market, 192 - 298 Camden High St, London NW1 8QP, United Kingdom
Fast food restaurant

Best & Cool Science and Space Museums in Nine Elms

Hunterian Museum
Hunterian Museum
4.6 (369 ratings)
Grisly history of surgery and medicine with gruesome instruments and preserved specimens.
Royal College of Surgeons of 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by Broke in London
Top 15 Free, Small Museums in London
": Row upon row of glass jars, with everything from tiny organisms, to strange two-headed beasts, to examples of gross diseases, this museum can be very creepy at times, especially when it’s quiet. However, it’s so much more than the freakshow that it is sometimes made out to be, offering a unique insight into the history of surgery and advances in modern medicine. The next few months are your last chance to see the museum before it closes in 2017 for refurbishment, so get going!"
Science Gallery London
Science Gallery London
4.3 (332 ratings)4.5 (12 ratings)
Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by standard.co.uk
10 museums you need to visit if you really love science
"Kings College London only recently opened this permanent site for the Science Gallery, a dedicated space for showing contemporary artwork that explores scientific questions. Its inaugural exhibition is all about addiction, called Hooked, and previous shows in its travelling days have investigated blood, food and orifices. Think of it as looking at science through the eyes of an artist."
Mentioned by Museum Hack
Museums in London: The Complete List (2020
"Science Gallery London is an art-science-and-health inspired gallery in London. The free museum has been open since 2018 in London Bridge after a series of pop-up exhibits across London. The gallery aims to bring together scientists, artists, and communities with three themed seasons every year."
Science Museum
Science Museum
4.5 (49181 ratings)4 (8216 ratings)
A vast treasury of science and invention, famous for its state-of-the-art interactive exhibits.
Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD, United Kingdom
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Mentioned by London City Calling
50 free things to do in London
"Another of the best free museums in London, and one of my personal favourites, is South Kenisngton’s Science Museum, covering various aspects of science and human achievement, from the exploration of space to the invention of modern digital technologies. Spanning multiple floors, the museum has a collection of over 300,000 items, including some amazing world-famous objects such as the Apollo 10 command capsule, Helen Sharman’s spacesuit(the first Briton in Space) and Puffing Billy (world’s oldest surviving steam locomotive). There are also a number of interactive exhibits such as a 3D IMAX cinema showing science and nature documentaries throughout the day."
Mentioned by Santorini Dave
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"A futuristic museum that is spread across seven floors of interactive and entertaining exhibits and explores everything from space travel to the Industrial Revolution. There’s something here for kids of all ages, including toddlers. Highlights include the giant telescope in the Exploring Space section, flying machines in the Flight Gallery – from hot air balloons to vintage planes, and the IMAX cinema shows on deep space and the underwater world."
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
20 best free things to do in London
"The highly informative and entertaining Science Museum fills five floors with interactive exhibits. The Energy Hall highlights the first steam locomotives, which date from the early 19th century, while the third-floor exhibits, which include old gliders, hot-air balloons and flight simulators, are popular with kids."

Vacation Rentals, Airbnb, Hotels & Cabins near Nine Elms

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Melandre Hotel
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