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Sehenswürdigkeiten und Attraktionen in Mayfair, Greater London

Kunstmuseen

Kunstmuseum
“This is worth a trip and a good base in central London if you need to rejuvenate. Don’t go to the cafe, go the the basement bar on minus one, through cafe and down the stairs. Much quieter and prettier .”
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Kunstmuseum
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Kunstmuseum
“Founded in 1966, Waddington Custot Gallery houses modern and contemporary art collections in sculpture, oil and paper. Artists who have had work exhibited at the gallery include Sir Peter Blake, the late Patrick Caulfield and the late abstract artist Josef Albers. In Spring 2016, Waddington Custot Galleries will be participating in international art fairs across The Netherlands, Switzerland and Belgium. Future in-house exhibitions will include Barry Flannigan’s Animal, Vegetable, Mineral which will run from 4 March-14 May 2016. Art dealer and fair organiser Stephané Custot is the Director and co-owner.”
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Geschichtsmuseen

History Museum
“This beautiful Georgian building was the London home of the first Duke of Wellington and has changed very little since his great victory at Waterloo in 1815. Revel in one of the finest art collections in London, with paintings by Velazquez and Rubens, as well as a wonderful collection of silver and porcelain.”
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History Museum
“Former residences of German composer George Handel and American musician Jimi Hendrix, 10 minute walk”
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Historische Stätten

Palace
“Changing of the Guard Some kids find this a little dull, others love the pomp and tradition. The best place to see the guards is on The Mall, near St. James’s Palace. If your kids are small they won’t see much squashed in with the crowds at Buckingham Palace. There is also a Changing of the Guard at Windsor Palace (35 minutes outside of London by train) that sees far smaller crowds but offers more pageantry. ages: 2+ tube: St. James’s Park, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner times: 11:30 but be in place by 11:00 am at the lastest. It takes place every day May through July and alternating days otherwise – check the schedule. costs: Free.”
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History Museum
“This beautiful Georgian building was the London home of the first Duke of Wellington and has changed very little since his great victory at Waterloo in 1815. Revel in one of the finest art collections in London, with paintings by Velazquez and Rubens, as well as a wonderful collection of silver and porcelain.”
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History Museum
“Former residences of German composer George Handel and American musician Jimi Hendrix, 10 minute walk”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“9 minutes walk away, this station serves the Central Line from East to West London and from there you can get to both Stratford Westfields in 30 minutes and Shepherds Bush Westfields shopping Centre’s in 20 minutes ”
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Bibliotheken

Library
“This is a members-only library, but they have free guided tours for the public a few evenings a month. I owe my theatre directing career to it, because I do my research there. It was founded in 1841 and has over 1 million books. The science and miscellaneous section has some funky subdivisions like a surprisingly large selection of flagellation books. It has a ridiculous roll call of famous members: Dickens, Pinter, Kipling, E.M. Forster. I’ve seen Tom Stoppard, Andrew Marr, and Simon Callow there. You’ll come across books donated by Bram Stoker and Forster, and if you’re a member, you can check them out.”
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