Somerset House is home to London’s working arts centre, one of the most beautiful courtyards in Europe and is a popular filming location too.

One of Europe’s most beautiful courtyards and now home to the UK’s largest and most exciting creative community. Check online for events. Free entry, though booking is required for some exhibitions.

Somerset House is a popular filming location and has featured in several big-budget Hollywood films including two James Bond films, GoldenEye (1995) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). Elements of the 2008 film The Duchess were filmed here too, and Somerset House was also used as a filming location in several Sherlock Holmes films.

To 1 September 2024: The Lore of LoverboyLearn about the difficult road of building a fashion brand from the ground up with this exhibition featuring designs new and old. Pre-booking required; pay what you can; check for exact dates and times.

To 20 October 2024: Dono: Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom & Harun Morrison. Explore untranslatable and non-linguistic as tools of meaning-making in this unique exhibition. Free; open 10:00-18:00 daily.

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