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Top 20 Instagram Worthy Spots In London

We have created a guide to the top 20 Instagram-worthy spots in London, to save you time from searching on where to head over next! Enjoy!

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Check Out The Top 20 Instagram Worthy Spots In London

London is the one of the most photogenic places in the world. Count the numerous skyscrapers, the tower bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, colorful houses, and world-class street arts which doesn’t need any filters because of its immense beauty. The beauty of the city reveals another side as darkness falls. As the lights lit up, bars, shops, and restaurants paired with live entertainment begin to work its magic.

We have created a guide to the top 20 Instagram-worthy spots in London, to save you time from searching on where to head over next! Enjoy!

You might also want to check our guide to top night tours and top cocktail bars.

Did we miss your favorite Instagram worthy spot in London? Join the conversation in the comments.

1) Big Ben

 

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Big Ben which regally sits at the north end of the Palace of Westminster is considered to be one of the most Instagram worthy spots in London. This iconic clock tower is one of London’s most famous landmarks, and inside the tower is a massive bell weighing more than 13 tons. It stands 96 meters and remains largest clock in Great-Britain. Although not accessible, there are plenty of areas around to be able to get a great angle of the clock.

 

2) Shoreditch

 

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Shoreditch is a trendy part of London which are frequented by the artsy, hipsters, and for people who are into some urban experience. Walking at Shoreditch feels like walking into an art gallery, thanks to its numerous artsy independent stores, vintage stores, and red-brick streets. This creative hub in the city is certainly one of the most Instagram worthy spots in London that deserves a thousand likes.

 

3) The Churchill Arms

 

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Inspired by Churchills interior, this pub has been at the 119 Kensington Church Street the late nineteenth century. It is known for its grandiose embellishment, from the succulents, over-the-top floral displays, and Churchill memorabilia, naming it as London’s most colourful pub. According to Londonist, this pub spends £25,000 every year for their flowers. Fun fact, it is also the first London pub to serve Thai food. Yum!

 

4) Sketch

 

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Sketch is the most beautiful restaurant in London that deserves a spot on anyone’s Instagram feed. Entering Sketch is like entering into a magical forest with all the various David Shrigley art installations, a forest wall art, kitschy carpet, stairs, and pink and blue sofas. For cherry on top, Sketch has a self-playing piano covered in neon lights for additional charm. Try visiting its toilets where space pods instead of cubicles are installed for a unique look.

 

5) British Museum

 

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Immerse into the world of art and special exhibitions through visiting the British Museum. Located at the Bloomsbury area of London, this museum is dubbed as one of the greatest museums in the world visited by six million visitors per year. World-famous objects to see inside are the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, and Egyptian mummies.

 

6) St. Paul’s Cathedral

 

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St Paul’s Cathedral plays a significant role in the rich culture, growing tourism, and national identity of London. This famous landmark was built by Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1711 and stands 365 feet and among the highest in the world. It is also one of the most Instagram worthy spots in London loved by all races and of all ages. This landmark was built in dedication to Paul the Apostle which dates back to the original church on this site, founded in AD 604. Notable event that was held here include the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer.

 

7) Neal’s Yard

 

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One must include visiting Neal’s Yard on their bucket list because of its picturesque location and a great escape from the busy Shaftesbury Avenue. This alley which is named after the 17th century developer, Thomas Neale, is made up of colourful shops, walls painted in bright colors and murals, and health-food cafes which makes it one of the Instagram worthy spots in London.

 

8) Little Venice

 

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Strolling along Little Venice is one of top activities in London. This Little Venice is an area where decorative houseboats are parked and also offer tours around its canals and vibrant neighborhood. Visiting the Little Venice is like being in a countryside with all the lush trees, canals, and waterside establishments. There is also a Canal Cafe Theatre where various form of entertainment are held from cabaret, drama, comedy and music events.

 

9) Biscuiteers Baking company

 

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Started as an online business in 2007, Biscuiteers Baking Company turn out to be a successful establishment specialising in hand-iced biscuits, chocolates and cakes, and now delivers to both UK and internationally. Owned by husband and wife team Harriet Hastings and Stevie Congdon, walking inside the Biscuiteers will remind you a famous fictional children story. It has an all-white façade and well thought interior which can be both enjoyed by the kids and kids-at-heart.

 

10) Graffiti Wings, Redemption Bar

 

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The Graffiti Wings which can be found at the walls of Redemption Bar has been one of the favorite spots on the trendy people who are also social media savvy. This painting is a mix of elegant gold and blue combination which would make a great solo Instagram shot.

 

11) Primhose Hill Rainbow Houses

 

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Primhose Hill Rainbow Houses is London’s most colorful street. It flaunts its pretty pastel-colored houses, some of which has lovely blossomed magnolia tree for additional charm,

making it really pleasing to eyes,  and makes it to the list of one of the most Instagram worthy spots in London. This 78 metre hill is located on the northern side of Regent’s Park.

 

12) Elan Cafe

 

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With its chic aesthetics, pink-hued and eclectic interior, the Elan Café turns out to be not only just a regular coffee shop, but a coffee shop which deserves a spot on anyone’s Instagram. This cafe has two locations, one just off Park Lane, and the other in Knightsbridge. It’s a perfect spot in London to same some cheeky ‘gram of cake.

 

13) Oxford Street

Oxford Street is London’s famous spots. It’s considered as a shopper’s paradise, tourists central, and a busy district. This is where shoppers could find the largest Marks & Spencer store, the historic Selfridges Department Store, and more shops of high street brands, international fashion and designer labels.

 

14) Notting Hill

 

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Notting Hill is one of London’s vibrant, trendy area. As a matter of fact, a popular movie with the same name featuring Julia Roberts have filmed here where his love interest plays as a book seller in a book shop. Other things to see at Notting Hill include cafes, the bohemian Portobello Road, famed for its busy market selling antiques and vintage fashion roots, upscale restaurants and cinemas as well.

 

15) Peggy Porschen

 

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Stepping inside Peggy Orschen feels lie walking into a fairytale book with its excellent floral installations and fancy interior, It was founded in 2003 by award-winning cake designer and author Peggy Porschen and her husband Bryn Morrow. They’re known to create amazing pastries which can be enjoyed in their captivating shop from 8am to 8pm

 

16) Coppa Club

The Coppa Club is a unique club restaurant in London that offers a scenic view of the vibrant city skyline while dining in their glass igloo-design enclave each bursting with colour and kitted out with palm trees and hanging lantern. Located at its terrace. This alfresco-dining experience doesnt only pleases its guests appetite but is also certainly a feast within the eyes as well as it overlooks the majestic London Bridge.

 

17) The London Eye

 

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The London Eye is Europe’s tallest ferris wheel located on the South Bank of River Thames. Towering over 443 ft tall and a diameter of 120 metres, this has been one of the most visited attraction in London with over 3.75 million visitors annually.

 

18) Millenium Bridge

 

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The Millennium Bridge or officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge is one of the most popular landmarks in London. This is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London, and is located between Southwark Bridge and Blackfriars Railway Bridge. This stunning bridge can be best viewed from nearby establishments especially at the St. Paul Cathedral.

 

19) Phone Box

 

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This iconic red telephone box has been London’s greatest trademark which also plays a huge role in their rich culture. It was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott at the request of the Post Office in 1924 and was before called K2 which means kiosk. There are plenty of phone box in each corner of London, and will always be one of the most photographed establishment in the city.

 

20) National  History Museum

 

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The Natural History Museum is one of the three major museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington. People with penchant for London’s  natural history will enjoy this museum’s vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history including a gigantic blue whale skeleton and more exhibits telling the dramatic story of evolution.

 

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