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10 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

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London’s stairway to heaven

Head to the Tate Modern in Southwark and you could find yourself lost in a gravity-defying maze of 15 interlocking wooden stairways.
Read more… 24 September 2013


World’s most beautiful clock towers

From a mosque-like stronghold in Malaysia to one of London’s most iconic structures, these five landmarks were designed to stand the test of time.
23 April 2013


Localites

Look on the bright side at London’s light show

Showcasing artwork from the 1960s onwards, the illuminating and disorientating Hayward Gallery exhibition throws visitors’ perception of light and space.
Read more… 08 February 2013


London for William Morris fans

The city that was home to the father of England’s Arts and Crafts movement for much of his 19th-century life has several attractions for Morris-minded travellers.
Read more… 05 February 2013


The Passport blog

Sky high at London’s Shard

The tallest building in Western Europe opens its viewpoint to the public on 1 February, looking down on the toy-town tiny landmarks of St Paul's Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament.
Read more… 31 January 2013


Localites

It is raining indoors in London

In a city known for its downpours, an interactive installation in the Barbican Art Gallery lets you feel as though you are controlling the weather.
Read more… 24 December 2012


Localites

Hollywood comes to London’s V&A

The new exhibition, which runs till 27 January 2013, showcases hundreds of iconic outfits worn in some of the greatest films ever made.
Read more… 29 October 2012


The Passport blog

A festival of Olympic wordsmiths

The Poetry Parnassus, part of the Southbank Centre's Festival of the World, is aiming to become the biggest poetry festival ever held in the UK.
Read more… 26 June 2012


London’s alternative museums

The city has scores of intimate, specialist and plain eccentric museums, dedicated to personalities, pastimes, occupations and assorted oddities.
Read more… 06 September 2011


London's art attack

The bleeding edge of British art is found in the backrooms and roofs of Peckham, the working class neighbourhood south of the Thames.
Read more… 25 August 2011


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