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Victoria & Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert museum is world’s largest museum with more than 2.3 million objects. The V & A was founded in 1852 and was named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Most people like to visit museums and this one is a perfect one to go as every corner of this museum has something that will grab your attention. There are also plenty of spots for you to take pictures which are Instagram worthy.

Check out The V & A website to find out what’s happening in the next few months:https://www.vam.ac.uk/whatson

Regent Street

Regent Street is quite a long road in between Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street. You might think how a busy street in London can be a good place for pictures. It can, if you just be a bit careful, you will get some beautiful pictures. Just cross the road and stand in the middle of the road and get someone to take some pictures. All the tall buildings on both sides will make your pictures look great and different than many others.

Check out Regent Street website to find out what’s happening in the next few months:http://www.regentstreetonline.com/events/what-s-on-regent-street-201-

Trevor Square

Trevor Square in Knightsbridge, off Brompton Road has some pretty, colourful houses, where you can just outside to take good pictures. It was a historic private garden square.

South Kensington

South Kensington is usually not that busy, so taking pictures there is quite easy. Again you will see houses after houses where you will be able to take pictures on a nice sunny day. The white colour house will give a nice backdrop for your photos and make them Instagram worthy.

Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi gallery is for contemporary art, which was opened in 1985 by Charles Saatchi, to show his work to the public. Saatchi Gallery is in Chelsea, just behind Duke of York Square.   You don’t really have to go inside for the pictures; the outside is good enough itself. If you’re someone who likes to outfit pictures then the Saatchi Gallery is perfect for you as it gives a nice backdrop.

Check out Regent Street website to find out what’s happening in the next few months: www.saatchigallery.com/