An old coffin repository signaled by a faded red sign on the thrum of Euston Road. A space full of eerie alcoves, and nooks and crannies that artists use for installations..." Read more.
"A Corinthian-columned Methodist chapel space that opened in 2007. owned by Anita Zabludowicz, one of Britain's leading philanthropists; a contemporary collector; and a global power-patron..." Read more.
"A post-industrial art-and-dining space in a former Wapping hydraulic power station, built in 1890 to convert Thames water into power for the docks..." Read more.
"Housed in a classic old warehouse building that appears run-of-the-mill until you crane upwards and spot the architecturally curious grey-and-glass shoebox perched on top..." Read more.
"A product placement time tunnel that snakes from decade to decade, with walls stacked like supermarket shelves, with original Dairy Milk wrappers, Marmite jars and 1930s Mars and KitKat bars..." Read more.
"Head through the bottle-green industrial front doors on notoriously arty Vyner Street and up a sloping walkway and you will emerge in this classic white cube gallery..." Read more.
"You never know what to expect at the original east London gallery. Since 1901, it has shown modern artists from Barbara Hepworth to Nan Goldin, Jackson Pollock and David Hockney..." Read more.
"While the main draw here is the pristinely preserved study, couch and all, this vast Hampstead house, where Freud and family lived after they escaped Austria in 1938, doubles as an art space." Read more.
"An innovative rush-hour haven on platform one of Hackney Downs station, with a library trolley outside and a reading room attached..." Read more.
"It's not often you enter a stranger's home and pootle around alone and unwatched, but that's the effect Danielle Arnaud is after..." Read more.
"A white cube gallery with a twist, CGP offers up a double whammy of contemporary art and enviable community engagement across two rough-and-ready spaces in Southwark Park..." Read more.
"Asylum is a curator's and a photographer's playground. A former chapel, founded in 1827, it has been taken over by two local artists who curate group shows and community events..." Read more.
"An innovative public space that has recently undergone an elegant, Riba-nominated expansion into derelict buildings across the way..." Read more.
"An Aladdin's cave for cinephiles. Every inch of wall space is taken up with memorabilia, and the owner – who has single-handedly built up this mind-boggling collection – takes visitors on tours..." Read more.
"Every Tuesday at 6.15pm you can take a tour from Bermondsey station along the river, before creeping through a tiny entrance into a huge underground chamber half the size of Shakespeare's Globe..." Read more.
"The dank, atmospheric tunnels under Waterloo station were discovered by director Hamish Jenkinson when he kicked down a door and trespassed into this epic space that had been unaired for 20 years..." Read more.
"It feels as if the police have only just left – there are posters everywhere, detailing best fingerprinting practice, and what officers should do faced with a bout of excited prisoner delirium..." Read more.
"Once you've survived the tiny, clanking lift and shuffled across the fusty landing, the door opens into a luminous showroom bringing emerging artists to the central London masses..." Read more.