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Unfortunately, most of our cultural and educational institutions in South Kensington are currently closed to the public. However they are still open online with lots of things to see and do from home. Throughout this period we’ll be sharing our top tips for exploring London’s arts and science district from where ever you are. From behind the scenes tours and virtual visits to brilliant blogs and games - we have all you need for great days in!

Royal Parks are open

The Royal Parks remain open for you to enjoy as places of relaxation, to spend time with nature or to exercise in these difficult times. The playgrounds are following the government advice about social distancing.

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Gilbert Bayes Award Winners Exhibition
Royal Society of Sculptors
On until 20th March

Open until Friday, this exhibition is by the current award winners Nancy Allen, Sam Baker, William Braithwaite, Fiona Campbell, Amale Freiha Khlat, Rosie McGinn, Miriam Naeh, Karolin Schwab, Jack West and Hanqing & Mona.

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Japan House London - Stories
Japan House London
Japan House London invite you to explore the stories about Japanese cultures.including Japanese wine, a Bonsai guide, sake and more.
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Secrets of the Museum
Take an intimate look behind the scenes at the V&A in a 6-part series with BBC Two. Made with BBC Arts and Blast! Films, Secrets of the Museum explores some of the most fascinating objects and the curators, conservators, tech experts and teams who look after them.
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Google Arts & Culture: The Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum
Explore a story of natural history discovery in an interactive experience, Making Natural History, Dive into the museum's 80 million specimens, encounter a prehistoric marine reptile in virtual reality, discover pioneering Museum research, navigate the galleries in 360 degrees & take a tour of exhibits tackling natural history themes,
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Royal Albert Hall - Time Machine
Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall's time machine will take you to any period in history from the 1750's, when the area was part of the Gore estate, or when this iconic building opened in 1871, or up to the present day. Just pick your era and escape!
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Google Arts & Culture: The Science Museum
Science Museum
Striving to be the best place in the world for people to enjoy science, the Science Museum's world-class collection forms an enduring record of scientific, technological and medical achievements from across the globe. Explore the museum's exhibitions and online collections.
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Science Museum - Kitchen Science Booklet
Science Museum
Follow step-by-step instructions for science activities and experiments that are safe and easy to do in the classroom or at home.
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South Kensington Online

Whilst the cultural and educational venues in South Kensington physically close their doors in the face of the Coronavirus, there are plenty of online tours and resources that are available meantime. Here is a sample of some of them.

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Westminster City Council Advice & Information

Westminster City Council  also have a useful page with advice for businesses and residents. There is also a sign-up for anyone who would like to volunteer to help people in Westminster.

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RBKC Coronvirus Stay Up-To-Date

For all the latest on Coronavirus advice and also disruption to RBKC council services, or additional support from the council, please visit their website.
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COVID-19: models of likely impact of public health measures
by Dr Sabine L. van Elsland, Ryan O'Hare
Imperial College London

Researchers from Imperial have analysed the likely impact of multiple public health measures on slowing and suppressing the spread of coronavirus. Follow all the latest news from Imperial Colleges research into the virus.

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Discover South Kensington is an initiative of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, a partnership of the cultural and educational organisations in and around Exhibition Road, South Kensington.

Our partners include:
The Design Museum
Imperial College London
Institut franҫais
The Ismaili Centre
Kensington Palace
Natural History Museum
Royal Albert Hall
South Kensington Estates
Royal College of Art
Cromwell Place
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Royal College of Music
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
The Royal Parks
Serpentine Galleries
The Science Museum
V&A South Kensington
The Royal Society of Sculptors
Japan House
Westminster City Council
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