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The marvels on display here can transport you to whichever corner of the natural world you long to discover — or rediscover, as was the case for this FT graphic artist
Green spaces in our cities have become more cherished than ever. In this series from FT Globetrotter, our correspondents and writers tell their stories
The streets and parks around one of the UK capital’s most storied hotels have their own fascinating tales to tell — of Georgian starchitects, midcentury modernists, military heritage and . . . pelicans
A brilliant pop-up of artist-designed objects and clothing has finally settled in a permanent home
The opening of an Oscar Wilde-inspired hotel prompted an FT writer to indulge in a (brief) home-city holiday — in the aesthete’s mecca that is the capital’s most elegant district
Once Henry VIII’s hunting ground and a Georgian queen’s garden, this vast oasis is today enjoyed by everyone from strollers, swimmers and skaters to soapbox orators
We asked you for your favourite boutique places to stay in the UK capital. Your picks offer great British design, excellent service and perfect locations
A city break in a historic houseboat on the water and a stay in a luxurious eyrie in the sky showcase the best of Tower Bridge and its environs
In this series from FT Globetrotter, leaders across a range of industries, from food to finance to fashion, share guides to their cities, with top spots to eat and drink, exercise, explore — and more
The Kenyan-born artist’s new exhibition ‘Paradise Edict’ is the real thing: engrossing, fun and packed with ideas
An FT technical artist indulges his fascination for science and machinery at one of the UK capital’s most mind-blowing attractions
Destination exhibitions for the UK’s great gallery reopening
‘The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020’ showcases lockdown iPad drawings that chart the eternal drama of seasonal change
London show follows the French artist’s urge for postwar renewal, echoing today’s need for a fresh start
New shows offer ‘crazy, queasy, disruptive, cabin-fevered, intriguing art’
Delightful destinations in their own right — as rich in character and community spirit as they are in fresh, fabulous produce
A mammoth dollop of whipped cream, a giant ship in a bottle, a towering 115-metre slide: the metropolis is dotted with stunning, often subversive public art — if you know where to look . . .
It’s all in the mix — from markets to motorbikes, cool clothes stores to gourmet picnics — for one of the quartet behind the Experimental Group, the craft-cocktail pioneers who now operate bars and boutique hotels around the world
To explore the capital’s biggest liquid asset on foot is an adventure in architecture, culture and nature
A new project to light up Thames bridges is characteristic of changes that are transforming the city
Once neglected, the River Lea and Walthamstow Marshes are today inhabited by a thrilling array of fauna, flora . . . and fascinating characters
‘Ballerina’ birds, exotic geese with attitude and the blue flash of a kingfisher — the FT’s in-house avian expert reveals where to look for them in the capital
The elegant beauty of this much-loved space is complemented by its surrounding buildings with their many stories of the capital, from the 18th century to the present day
Socialise over warming tipples and substantial sustenance at these nine al fresco venues
The fishmongers, bakers, grocers, vintners and more who’ve helped make it bearable, as recommended by you