London, South Kensington Museums and fine pubs
Starting from South Kensington underground station and exit into Exhibition Road (left from the exit). Walk down to the entrance on your left. Select pictures for larger size.

Natural History Museum
Start
at the Natural History Museum.
Open  10:00 am – 5:45 pm daily Entry is free

Main information desk: +44 (0)20 7942 5011 (10.00-17.50 Monday - Sunday)
It is a good idea to visit this museum first and at 10am if possible. Head straight to the Dinosaurs to avoid the massive ques that occur later.

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http://www.nhm.ac.uk/

The Science Museum is a little further down the Exhibition, also on your left.

Science Museum

The Science Museum

Exhibition Rd, London SW7 2DD
Open  10:00 am – 6:00 pm daily. Entry is free
Phone: 0870 870 4868

http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

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The Victoria and Albert Museum is across the Road.


Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum
Phone: 020 7942 2000

Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road

Open from 10am - 5:45pm (Fri 10pm)

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http://www.vam.ac.uk/

Exit into Cromwell Road or walk to Cromwell road and turn left. Cross over to walk down Brompton Road and find the Hour Glass on the left of the road.


The Hour Glass South Kensington

The Hour Glass.
279-283 Brompton Road SW3 2DY
60
Phone:020 7581 2840
Open from noon all day.
Narrow single bar rebuilt in 1936 with a tiled exterior. First licensed in 1852 as a beer house, it later became part of Goring & Jenkins Lion Brewery Estate. London Pride is the house ale and always available.

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    Turn left out of the Hour Glass and walk down to reach Fulham Road. Soon turn left into Dovehouse Street. The Crown will be on your right.

The Crown South Kensington

The Crown.  153 Dovehouse Street Chelsea SW3 6LB  Phone:020 7352 9505

Opening Hours 11.30-11; 12-10.30 Sun


Small, corner local off the Fulham Road, close to the Royal Marsden Hospital. Licensed from 1867 to 1953 as a beer house. Food served lunch and evening, London Pride is the main ale.

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http://whatpub.com/pubs/WLD/16049/crown-chelsea

Retrace your steps to the Fulham Road and turn left, crossing the road. At the crossroads turn right into Selwood Terrace. You will find the Anglesea Arms on your left.



Anglesey Arms South Kensington

Anglesea Arms5 Selwood Terrace, South Kensington, London SW7 3QG
Opens 11am daily, Noon on Sundays. Phone:020 7373 7960

The Anglesea Arms is found on Selwood Terrace in South Kensington, where Charles Dickens once resided at no. 11. Built in 1827 and licensed two years later.

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http://www.metropolitanpubcompany.com/our-pubs/the-anglesea-arms/

Continue on Selwood Terrace to Onslow Gardens. Turn left into Old Brompton Road and eventually reach the Duke of Clarence on the right.


Duke of Clarence

Duke of Clarence148 Old Brompton Rd, London SW5 0BE  Open from 11am daily.

Large one bar pub with floor partly wood and partly carpet. Bright and airy feel with comfortable chairs. Service charge added to bills without asking. Sharp's Doom Bar and Youngs Bitter

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http://www.geronimo-inns.co.uk/london-the-duke-of-clarence

Retrace your steps down Old Brompton Road to turn left into Gloucester Road. The Hereford Arms will be on your right, a few blocks away.

Hereford Arms South Kensington

Hereford Arms127 Gloucester Road South Kensington, London SW7 4TE

Opening Hours 11-11; 12-10.30 Sun  Phone:020 7370 4988

Large comfortable pub with one main bar and separate dining area. The author Conan Doyle was a customer. Americans frequented the pub during the 1st world war, and nearby Hereford Square was turned into a baseball diamond for games with locally based allied troops. Free Wifi.  Fuller's London Pride and other Fuller's beers.

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http://www.herefordarms.co.uk/

Gloucester Road underground station is just a little further down the road.


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