The Best Places To Visit in Southwark London

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Southwark London, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Lambeth Road, Southwark London SE1 6HZ

Since 1917

Museum, Information Center, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Galleries, Eating and Drinking, Private Tours, Special Family Activities, Filming & Photography

Free Admission - The building was substantially altered in 1835 by architect Sydney Smirke - The first stage created 8,000 m2 of gallery space of which 4,600 m2 was new and the second provided a further 1,600 m2

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Took two of my sons-in-law there by the first-class London Red Bus service. It was a complete thrill for the three of us and we spent most of the day there, deciding to walk back to our Mayfair hotel through the well-police-protected streets (on high alert) of this wonderful city. One of my boys was an active submariner at the time and he seemed to be fascinated by the World War One exhibits most. The other boy was very keen on the Second World War stuff ... particularly The Spifire, The Holocaust, Maps, Papers and all the other related stuff. For my part, I was very impressed with and interested in the truly moving artwork produced by many of the artists I have always admired...

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The Queen's Walk, Southwark London SE1 2JH

Since 1938

Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Audio Guides Tour, Engine Rooms, Boiler Room, Private Tours, Events & Shops

Free Admission: Under 5's & Carer - It is a museum ship, originally a light cruiser built for the Royal Navy - Visitors can experience nine decks of living history on this huge and complex warship which provides a unique insight into naval history

Price: Adult £16, Child (5-15) £8, Family (1 Adult/2 Children) £27.20, Family (2 Adults/ 2 Children) £40.80, Family (2 Adults/Up to 3 Children) £47.60, Concessions, Senior/Student/Disabled £12.80 & Art Fund Member £8

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

My first trip to the HMS Belfast was in the 1970's as a child. I took my 11 years old son for his first trip yesterday. I wasn't expecting much, but it was brilliant! I thought I would whizz round in an hour and how wrong I was. I think we were there about 3 hours and I am not sure we saw it all. The location is superb and the views across London in all directions are amazing. The boat itself is very interesting. It was refreshing to go around an attraction and not have guards saying 'do not touch' or having signs up about not being able to go up narrow stairs as dangerous. There was lots to see and you were able to go up and down the narrow ladders to all levels. I really recommend this.

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9a St Thomas Street, Southwark London SE1 9RY

Since 1962

Theater Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Herb Garret, Events, Workshops, Venue Hire & Museum Shop

It is a museum of surgical history and one of the oldest surviving operating theatres - Housed in the attic of the early 18th-century church of the old St Thomas' Hospital, this atmospheric museum offer a unique insight into the history of medicine

Price: Adult £6.50, Concession £5.00, Under 18 £3.50 & Family (2 Adults + Up to 2 Children Under 18) £15.00

Mon - Sun 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

Tucked away near Borough market, this was a great find and really gave you a good feel for medicine in the 19th century and earlier. Sure, it not a flash museum and the information is purely the objects themselves and signs in English but it was quite thorough and took you on the St Thomas' hospital journey from circa 13th to about end of the 19th century, covering ,any aspects including medicines, surgery, anaesthetics and antiseptics amongst others. The museum has an old world feel which adds to the overall feeling of the place. The operating theatre is brilliant and anyone who has seen the US TV show 'The Knick' will immediately relate to it - as well as much of the rest of the museum.

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