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Experiences in Soho

Explore what to do to and where to visit in Soho.

  • The London Eye
  • Inside of the London Transport Museum
  • Exterior of the Royal Academy Of Arts building
  • Nightlife in Chinatown, with lights, lanterns and crowds of people.
What to do

Experiences

From the Royal Opera House to Carnaby Street, there are plenty of things to do and see around Soho. Browse our top picks below.

World Museum

Visit extensive collections of archaeology, ethnology and the natural and physical sciences from around the globe, including the Natural History Centre and a planetarium.

The British Museum

The British Museum was founded in 1753 and houses a remarkable collection of artefacts spanning over two million years of human history.

National Portrait Gallery

Home to the world’s largest collection of faces and fascinating personalities from the late Middle Ages to the present day.

The Royal Opera House

The world-famous Opera House is open during the day to the general public and to ticket holders during performances.

Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts is the oldest fine arts institution in Britain and hosts some of the capital's finest exhibitions.

Chinatown

What started as just a few restaurants in the 1950s is now home to a bustling neighbourhood of Chinese shops, restaurants and culture.

Lego Store Leicester Square

Spanning across two floors and featuring plenty of giant LEGO replicas, this store is the largest of its kind in the world.

Madame Tussauds London

Rub shoulders with life-size wax replicas of famous celebrities and historic icons across a series of themed galleries. 30% off for guests of our hotel

The National Gallery

The National Gallery displays over 2,000 paintings from western Europe, dating from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.

Handel & Hendrix Museum

Visit the former homes of two very different musicians who changed the world of music: George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix.

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Our Neighbourhood

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022

Celebrate The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 and how we may best protect our planet and reduce harm by humans.

Cirque Du Soleil presents Kurios

Cirque Du Soleil returns to the Royal Albert Hall this January with their new stunt-filled production, Kurios - Cabinet of Curiosities.

Vault Arts Festival

This winter, discover a wealth of art, theatre and comedy at the subterranean Vault festival located on the south bank.

Ukraine: Photographs from the Frontline

Go behind the front line with the Imperial War Museum's heartbreaking exhibition showing the reality of the war in Ukraine.

Yoga at the Natural History Museum

Looking to increase health and wellness as your New Year's Resolution? The Natural History Museum has recently announced its very own Yoga sessions in one of the most sought-after venues in London.

The Natural History Museum’s Valentine’s Day Silent Disco

Keen art enthusiasts may wish to pay a visit to the London Art Fair, the perfect place to browse for contemporary art and keep an eye out for up-and-coming artists.

Hieroglyphs: Unlocking Ancient Egypt

Explore the hidden world of ancient Egypt this winter, with the British Museum's incredible new exhibition exploring Hieroglyphics and witness the Rosetta stone before your eyes.

Japan: Courts and Culture

Immerse yourself in Japanese culture at the Royal Collection's newest expedition, Japan: Courts and Culture.

St George’s Hall Organ Recital

Witness nationally renowned organist Ian Tracey rehearsing on the organ in Liverpool's Iconic St George's Hall.

The Walker Gallery’s Art of the Terraces

The Walker Art Gallery welcomes a groundbreaking new exhibition exploring the culture which arose from football terraces in the 1970s.

The Challenger Expedition: Transforming our knowledge of ocean life

Explore one of the most significant ocean expeditions of the 19th century, located at Liverpool's World Museum in the heart of the city.

The 2022 Turner Prize Expedition

Celebrate the 2022 Turner Prize-winning artists for a limited time at The Tate Liverpool.

Alexander The Great, the Making of a Myth

Explore the legacy of Alexander the Great, one of history's most notorious emperors at the British Library's latest exhibition.

Pip & Pop at The Sherley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art

When Flowers Dream showcases an eclectic mix of vibrant artworks made from everyday materials such as sugar, candy, and assorted craft materials. Join us at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art for an ethereal exhibition by internationally-renowned artist Tanya Schultz (a.k.a. Pip & Pop) at Kew Gardens.

The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story will transport you back to the 1960s for an immersive trip through music history!

Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story

Go on a fascinating journey through many little-known aspects of the Titanic disaster and explore Liverpool's central role in the Titanic story at Merseyside Maritime Museum. Told from perspectives of key personalities in the drama, it gives a unique insight into events surrounding the launch, voyage, sinking and its aftermath.

Hallyu! The Korean Wave

Hallyu! The Korean Wave at The V&A will showcase the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea, exploring the makings of the Korean Wave and its global impact on the creative industries of cinema, drama, music, fandom, beauty and fashion.

JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana: Dark Waters

Explore JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana at Tate Liverpool. Although creating work centuries apart, both artists convey the power and politics of the ocean and explore its relationship to capitalism and colonialism.