London musts
Serpentine Gallery is one of London musts.

1. Serpentine Gallery

9.0
Kensington Gardens (Koenig Books), London, Greater London
Art Gallery · Knightsbridge and Belgravia · 45 tips and reviews
White Cube is one of London musts.

2. White Cube

48 Hoxton Sq., Hoxton, Greater London
Art Gallery · 6 tips and reviews

Louis VuittonLouis Vuitton: With exhibitions of so many of the major British artists (Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Gary Hume, Gilbert&George to name but a few) this gallery, in the heart of Mayfair, is a true must-visit in London.

Whitechapel Gallery is one of London musts.

3. Whitechapel Gallery

8.7
77-82 Whitechapel High St (Commercial Rd), London, Greater London
Art Gallery · Spitalfields and Banglatown · 55 tips and reviews

Wayne F.Wayne Ford: Paul Graham: Photographs 1981-2006 is simply a must see exhibition before it closes on 19 June 2011. And very much looking forward to seeing Thomas Strüth at the gallery in july! Read more.

Institute of Contemporary Arts is one of London musts.

4. Institute of Contemporary Arts

9.1
The Mall, London, Greater London
Art Gallery · City of Westminster · 41 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: The ICA was founded in 1947 as a ‘playground’ for contemporary artists, and moved here in 1968. It hosted Damien Hirst’s first solo show and the debut London gig of Franz Ferdinand.

Tate Modern is one of London musts.

5. Tate Modern

9.4
53 Bankside, London, Greater London
Art Gallery · South Bank · 551 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: The Bankside Power Station was built as a ‘cathedral of power’ in 1963, but closed in 1981. It reopened as one of Europe’s finest modern art galleries in 2000. The Turbine Hall is 35m high.

Saatchi Gallery is one of London musts.

6. Saatchi Gallery

9.4
Duke of York Sq (Kings Rd), Chelsea, Greater London
Art Gallery · chel · 162 tips and reviews

LondonistLondonist: You definitely want to get hold of the info booklet, or you're just looking at artfully arranged junk. The Richard Wilson room at the back is spectacular...in a stationary, gloopy way.

7. Smithfield Market

7.3
225 Central Markets, London, Greater London
Market · Smithfield · 21 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: Unsold pigs were given to St. Anthony's hospital from this market in the 12th Century. When seen wondering the streets you were obliged to feed them. They grew to great sizes and were worth a fortune

Spitalfields Arts Market is one of London musts.

8. Spitalfields Arts Market

8.3
Market St. (Brushfield St.), Spitalfields, Greater London
Art Gallery · Tower Hamlets · 17 tips and reviews

Spitalfields E.Spitalfields E1: Check out the Spitalfields Arts Market for affordable art direct from the artisits. First Thursday to Sunday of the month. Read more.