If you're a first time visitor to Albert Bridge, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Albert Bridge.
Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Albert Bridge.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:
"Or the hundreds of off-the beaten path places in London such as Sir John Soane's Museum, Postman's Park, the Wren churches, the Japanese garden in Holland Park, Chelsea Physic Garden, Fulham Palace ?" See More
"you can walk off the calories by window shopping King's Rd." See More
"National Army Museum is smaller but is laid out in following english history, so is fun in that way." See More
"Heading west along the Thames towards Chelsea(the Kings Road area) is relatively central and very nice for places to see and stay." See More
"One of my all-time most favorite artists on the planet is having a show at Anthropologie on King's Rd." See More
"Here are just a few suggestions: London Eye London Transport Museum Science Museum See a show in West End, such as Lion King or Matilda St James' Park Battersea Park Children's Zoo Barbican Centre Happy travels!" See More
"Of course, make sure you check out the restaurants on King's Road." See More
"Also on the same street is the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill which is a Marco Pierre White restaurant." See More
"Try looking for the parks on London map and choose Airbnb or whatever right near those parks Regent's Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Park Gardens, even Battersea Park(St James's Park, Green Park st will be too central/ will be expensive)." See More
"Here are a few 'generics': The Alexandra, Clapham Common The Globe, Marylebone Rileys Sports Bar, Haymarket Sporting Page, Chelsea Sports Bar & Grill, Sportsbar & Grill (Victoria Station) & (less mad) Sports Bar And Grill in Marylebone Elk, Fulham Bar Kick, Shoreditch Walkabout, Temple (also good for Australia matches) A few examples of more team/nation - oriented options: Guanabara for Brazil, Covent Garden Octoberfest Pub for Germany, Fulham Fisherman's Arms for Portugal, Willesden Junction Earlham Street Clubhouse for USA, Covent Garden You can also enjoy the World Cup atmosphere by joining the many city wide celebrations." See More
"Just a short walk from the Chelsea Physic Garden and the Royal Hospital Chelsea Museum , finish it off with a meal at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay for a truly perfect evening." See More
"Have you ever made it to the Chelsea Flower Show btw?" See More
"Saatchi Gallery They have lovely exhibits as does The Photographers' Gallery and National Portrait Gallery and my fav Tate Modern." See More
"You should also consider the following : Indaba Yoga Studio evolve wellness centre The Life Centre Triyoga Soho They are all good." See More
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