- The Churchill Arms
A piece of fairy tale brought to life on the streets of London – that might be the first thought popping up on your mind, the first time you spot The Churchill Arms. Decorated with plenty of flowers outside and Churchill’s souvenirs inside, it is London’s most famous pub known for its cask-conditioned ale and authentic Thai food. With such festive display of flowers and lights, The Churchill Arms has become one of the most popular joints to be displayed on Instagram.
- God’s Own junkyard
You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a land of magical signs and lights. God’s Own Junkyard creates a kaleidoscopic atmosphere with thousands of handmade neon signs ranging from religious iconography to shimmering film props and glitzy disco balls that blaze forth from what seems to be a twinkling cave. Curated by acclaimed neon artist Chris Bracey, God’s Own Junkyard has received cult status and has also become one of the most photographed places for its sheer vivacious presence. It also has a café tucked in, so enjoy a cuppa as the neon lights sweep you to a distant land.
- Molly Bakes
A well thought-out combination of color, aroma and taste could be deadly. Think freakshake. Instagram is flooding with photos of sinful milkshakes with a topping of an entire ice cream dessert completed with cream, pretzels, doughnuts, caramels, marshmallows and most importantly, cream. Originally called the freakshow shake, these delightful and indulgent drinks have finally come to London and found their home at the Molly Bakes. Enjoy the sip, take an Insta-photo and get your freak on!
- Old Royal Naval College
Perhaps the best part of visiting the picturesque Greenwich is getting a chance to admire this masterpiece. Old Royal Navy College is one of the most spectacular buildings in Britain and has been a favorite place of Instagram photo-hunters. Described as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, it is one of the finest and most dramatically sited ensembles of both architectural splendor and gorgeous landscape. Unveil the underground tunnels, soak in the glamour of those majestic murals, revel in the unparalleled observatory and finally, rewind yourself at the microbrewery. Do you need any reminder to Instagram your steps?
- Notch LDN
Swings made of edgy metal chains and dusky brown benches and at a bar, no less? Sounds quite unconventional, but that’s what you’d find at Notch LDN. Looking down on Oxford Street several stories down, this rooftop bar adjacent to Marble Arch station offers delicious cocktails in a can and popular street foods like bao buns and tacos. Find your swing in a sunny spot, sip your cocktail leisurely as a lazy red bus passes by on the Oxford Street. If this is not an Insta-moment, what is?
- Borough Market
One of the largest and oldest wholesale and retail food market in London, the Borough Market presents a sensational combo of sight and sound. A wide range of specialty foods, international dishes, traditional European products, types of baked breads and pastries and of course a large number of people busy buying and selling, Borough Market produces such a colorful image that it is hard not to Instagram.
- Pergola on the Roof
Summer in London means doing things on the rooftops and Pergola on the Roof presents an unforgettable rooftop experience that gives a panoramic views across West London. Complete the experience with The Hampton-inspired cuisine and plenty of booze. Moreover this year, they will be arranging a special 13-person day beds in a space decked up with palm trees. Now if those are not Instagrammable moments, we wonder what is!
- Trade Union
A bar-cum-restaurant, a barber’s station, a florist and finally a coffee shop – all under one roof in a 6,700 Sq. ft. space. That’s the uniqueness of Trade Union, which itself functions as a bar and restaurant. Enjoy a range of classic pizza, pork meatballs and other delicacies over a super-cool selection of cocktails. And the best part of the joint is a massive slide that takes you from one section to another. There’s undoubtedly much for your Insta-feed under a single roof.
- Wilton’s Music Hall
Wish to soak into the bliss of music? Wilton’s Music Hall is your perfect stop, just five minutes away from the Tower of London. It is the oldest and last surviving grand music hall in the world. Take a guided tour and enlighten yourself with some enthralling insights into the heritage and history of Wilton and music in general. The shadowy interior and the fairy lights will give ample scope to photograph and get photographed while transporting you to a distant land where the rich orchestra is still playing.
Rooftops can give you a sense of freedom and this new rooftop gastropub will offer you an amazing 360 degree experience suited for all weather along with plenty of crafted beer. Netil360 has a unique coexistence of rooftop garden, co-working spaces, café and daily yoga classes by day while by night it transforms into a hotspot with film screenings, live music workshops and what not! The food is wonderful and yes, it presents some of the best panoramic views of the London skyline. Need we say more?
- Wallace Collection
An enviable display of 18th century French paintings, Old Master paintings, furniture, porcelain and dazzling armor – all these at a stone’s throw distance from buzzing Oxford Circus. Welcome to Wallace Collection, a national museum in an historic London town house. Stroll through the galleries exploring the works of Titian and Rembrandt and historic Renaissance treasures. All these are for free and an overflowing Insta-feed will be guaranteed.
- Sky Garden
Want to capture the brilliant London sky, minus the bustle of tourists? Come to the Sky Garden, the finest and highest public garden set atop one of London’s tallest buildings, offering an uninterrupted 360 degree view of London skyline. Walk around the spectacularly decorated landscape garden, observation decks and a breath-taking open terrace. Book in advance, enjoy the picturesque sunset and let your camera go wild!
- The Albion
The typical British pub that still smells of the grand old days. Visit The Albion on a balmy Sunday afternoon to enjoy an al fresco pint and delicious whole roast suckling pig. It boasts of an amazing beer garden, one of the best that you’d find in London. With nostalgic wood-paneled walls, floral decorations and impressive French windows that open onto a wide wisteria-filled English county garden, The Albion provides you wonderful photo-ops that you’ll find hard to ignore.
“Spoil yourself without spoiling yourself,” says the tagline. Indeed, Redemption is the healthiest restaurant you’d ever find in London serving up vegan, sugar-free and wheat-free food with an alcohol-free bar. Even a hard-core non-veg person is bound to fall in love with their cute and beautiful veggie creations. Indulge in sweetcorn and red pepper pancakes, Tokyo salad freshly made with avocado and cucumber, or slow cooked jackfruit and you’ll know what bliss truly is.
- Primrose Hill
Spectacular panoramic view of the city, a huge sports area and a stunning rose garden – Primrose Hill calls you with open arms. The place is so picturesque that it has come up as the No. 1 venue for a day’s picnic. If you are a morning bird, be there at Primrose Hill to watch an outstanding sunrise over the city. A boating lake with numerous bird species and waterfowl which increases the beauty of the place manifold and of course, your chance to get selfied.
Originally posted 2017-06-29 12:39:05.