Continuing to roll with our previous posts on British Airways High Life magazine’s 1,000th thing to do here, below are a few readers’ suggestions of how to appreciate the arts here:

“See two famous pictures in one hidden gem.  Don’t miss Fragonard’s The Swingand Frans Hals’s Laughing Cavalier and all the other treasures at the refurbished Wallace Collection.”

Keats House in Hampstead is a beautiful, peaceful museum dedicated to the world’s greatest poet.”

“Watch a West End musical.  The sets and costumes are breathtaking.  Great entertainment for all the family.”

“Number One, more commonly known as Apsley House, is a unique Grade I-listed mansion built by Robert Adam and was once the home of the Duke of Wellington.  It is full of opulent interiors and paintings by the masters like Rubens and Goya as well as furniture and artefacts from the period.”

If you’re moving here, you’ll eventually be eager to side-step the tourist trail and discover these hidden nooks on your own.  Once the relocation specialists at London Relocation Ltd. assist you with your home search, you’ll be ready to explore and surely discover your own list of 1,000 things to do here!

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