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Science and Technology in South Kensington
South Kensington is home to a host of institutions and museums that celebrate science and technology. Follow this itinerary to explore the area's best science sights.
All About Piano Competition
Thanks to the Institut français, we have 6 pairs of tickets to give away for All About Piano opening on Friday 31st March. All About Piano runs for 3 days of music and fun.
My favourite things: NHM Curator Blanca Huertas shares her museum highlights
Senior Curator Blanca Huertas shares what she loves the most about working at the Natural History Museum, and gives some top tips for visitors.
Opera: Passion, Power and Politics
This autumn the Victoria and Albert Museum, in collaboration with the Royal Opera House, will create a vivid and immersive journey through nearly 400 years of opera, exploring its passion, power and politics.
Itinerary: South Kensington for the art lover
South Kensington is a cultural hub overflowing with art and design attractions. Take a day to see the best of the area's creative offerings.
This year's Serpentine Pavilion revealed
Diébédo Francis Kéré, the award-winning architect from Gando, Burkino Faso, has been commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2017.
Robots at the Science Museum
Throughout history, artists and scientists have sought to understand what it means to be human by re-creating ourselves. The new exhibition Robots, will explore that obsession and reveal the remarkable 500-year story of humanoid robots.
Itinerary: Architecture in South Kensington
South Kensington is home to a rich diversity of architecture and building design. Take a day to stroll through the area and appreciate how architectural style has changed over time.
South Kensington celebrates fashion and style
South Kensington is a London hub of culture and creativity, so what better place to celebrate the innovation and artistry of fashion. In 2017, organisations across South Kensington will showcase some of fashion's most inspiring talents and visions from throughout the past century.
The Winners of Beazley's Designs of the Year
Beazley Designs of the Year have been announced. Celebrating design that promotes or delivers change, enables access, extends design practice or captures the spirit of the year.. This year the overall winner went to a flat-packed refugee shelter named best design of 2016.
Studying in South Kensington - an RCM student's perspective
David Zucchi, a Canadian saxophonist, tells us what it is like to study in South Kensington at the Royal College of Music and shares his favourite local places to visit.
Suggested Itinerary: South Kensington Museums in a Day
If you only have one day to see all the sights of South Kensington's museums, follow this suggested itinerary to see some highlights from South Kensington's big museums.
South Kensington set for 2017
As 2017 gets underway, things are ramping up in South Kensington, with exciting new ventures across museums and galleries in London's Cultural Quarter.
A collaboration between the Goethe-Institut London and the V&A in partnership with the British Council has commissioned 12 artists from around the world to imagine what Europe might look like 2,000 years from now, and how our present might be viewed from the future.
The Design Museum moves to Kensington
The Design Museum has moved to a new home in Kensington, where it continues to celebrate architecture and design - from fashion to digital technology - in a fresh and creative new space.
A snapshot of Creative Quarter 2016
Now in its 11th year, Creative Quarter once again brought 13-19-year-olds into the South Kensington cultural hub to explore creative career and creative industries.