Hammersmith is one of West London’s most iconic and well-connected suburbs, playing host to cultural and commercial highlights whilst still maintaining a friendly community atmosphere. Home to eclectic productions at the Lyric theatre and rock shows at the Apollo concert hall, as well as gastro pubs and plenty of eateries.
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Brackenbury Wine Rooms
This Hammersmith Grove spot comes from a group with similar venues in Fulham and Kensington. The focus is on wine – it's a wine shop as well as a wine bar – but there's also a grown-up food menu, as well as good-looking bar plates.View on Google maps
The Grove Bar & Restaurant
The Grove, established in 1996 in the present form, is London authentic, award-winning, Modern Mediterranean Restaurant - a perfect oasis for business or pleasure with a relaxed atmosphere.View on Google maps
The Lyric Hammersmith is one of the UK's leading producing theatres. We are committed to producing the highest quality contemporary theatre, alongside nurturing the creativity of young people.View on Google maps
Westfield Shopping Centre
All your favourite shops and food outlets under one roof. The perfect location for a spot of retail therapy or to grab some grub before resting your feet at the cinema.View on Google maps
One of London's finest green spaces, which houses the Japanese-style Kyoto Gardens with its koi carp and bridge at the foot of a waterfall. Not to be missed for families is the playground, with its extensive climbing equipment.View on Google maps
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
O2 Shepher's Bush Empire music venue in Shepherd's Bush, London, run by the Academy Music Group. It was built in 1903 as a music hall and in 1953 became the BBC Television Theatre.View on Google maps
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's leading museum of art, design, and performance, representing more than 3,000 years of human creativity, with collections unrivaled in their scope and diversity and an inspiring range of events.View on Google maps
Discover Lord Burlington's 18th centuary villa inspired by Andrea Palladio and Inigo Jones with classical landscapes and 65 acres of gardens. Chiswick House is among the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture and makes a fascinating day out in West London.View on Google maps
London's Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. Covering 142 hectares (350 acres) and with over 4,000 trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens, there's a good chance you'll forget you are right in the centre of London.View on Google maps
Harrods, the world's most famous department store online with the latest men's and women's designer fashion, luxury gifts, food and accessories. The store has seven floors and 330 departments dedicated to the finest products in food, fashion, homeware and technology.View on Google maps
The Saatchi Gallery showcases contemporary works of art in a spectacular 70,000 sq. ft exhibition space in Duke of York Square, Chelsea. The exhibitions focus on young artists and international artists who have rarely been seen in the UK.View on Google maps
Notting Hill is a vibrant, trendy area, with casual cafes lining bohemian Portobello Road, famed for its busy market selling antiques and vintage fashion. High-end restaurants and upscale boutiques cluster around Westbourne Grove, while the Electric Cinema welcomes filmgoers with posh armchairs.View on Google maps
The largest Royal Park in London (1,000 hectares/2,500 acres), and home to 650 deer. This pastoral landscape of hills and woodlands set amongst ancient trees, with plants, animals and butterflies, offers a peaceful respite to visitors.View on Google maps
Kew Gardens, London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Home to the world's most diverse collection of living plants and a scientific research centre of international renown, it's the perfect day out.View on Google maps
London's Wembley Stadium hosts England's home matches, live music concerts and other sporting events. Take the unforgettable Wembley Stadium Tour. Go behind the scenes into England’s changing rooms. Walk in the footsteps of legends, through the players’ tunnel towards the hallowed turf.View on Google maps
Set in London’s West End, Covent Garden is a major draw for visitors and Londoners who enjoy its many attractions, including shopping, theatre, restaurants, bars, history and culture.View on Google maps
ZSL London Zoo
Find real animals, real characters, real adventures and really important stories to be told at ZSL London Zoo. Zoo life is packed full of wonder and amazement, with more than 750 species of animals to meet and thousands more surprising and fascinating facts just waiting to be discovered.View on Google maps
Buckingham Palace is open to the public during the summer months when the Queen is not in residence, usually between August and September. Explore the beautiful State Rooms and see special exhibitions held every year.View on Google maps
Brackenbury Wine Rooms
Centrally located on Hammersmith Grove, pop in for a lazy summer lunch, a cheeky evening apéritif, or just drinking, eating and socialising in Brackenbury village
The Grove Tavern
A true home for Hammersmith locals and visitors alike, The Grove Tavern serves a modern British menu with Mediterranean influences, and focuses on using the best produce, responsibly sourced from local and UK suppliers.
Enjoy a selection of Thai, Malaysian or Chinese dim sum from Poppy’s. A curious little place that looks like something out of Alice in Wonderland – a cross between a magical woodland glade and your eccentric aunt’s front room.
A cultural icon of Hammersmith, Lyric Theatre is West London’s largest and home to a Main House, Studio Theatre, a cinema, a café, a bar and restaurant.