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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In London

When it comes to ‘gram-worthy places, there’s few cities doing it as well as London. London Instagram is lit.

Pretty pink restaurants, futuristic space-age toilets and jungle skyline views are just some of our favourite things to snap for our London Instagram.

While you’ll find photogenic sights at every corner, these are the top 7 spots you can’t afford to leave off your feed.

London Instagram spots

1. The Churchill Arms

Britain’s prettiest pub? This flower-bedecked boozer comes into bloom every spring, and is a must see if you’re in London during the warmer months.

The pub itself has been around since 1750 and is a lovely spot for pints.


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2. Portobello Road

A picturesque street in Notting Hill, this is the perfect place to get those London Instagram snaps.

Colourful houses make for unique photo backdrops and the vibrant Saturday market is jam packed with artisan stalls and quirky antiques.


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3. King’s Cross Light Tunnel

This 90m tunnel links St Pancras International and King’s Cross Underground stations and is SO GODDAMN COOL. The gently curving underground tunnel features an ‘art wall’ made from LED lights.

It’s open Monday-Sunday, 7am until 8pm.


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4. God’s Own Junkyard

A neon wonderland in Walthamstow, this salvage yard showcases the work of the late neon artist Chris Bracey.

Feast your eyes on salvaged signs, reclaimed neon signs, old movie props and retro displays.  Grab a cuppa from the Rolling Scones Cafe.


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5. Anabel’s

A glitzy private member’s club, if you’re lucky enough to get in here you’ll have limitless photo ops. Lavish decor and powder pink bathrooms designed by beauty guru Charlotte Tilbury await.


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6. Sky Garden

London’s highest public garden is the ultimate sunset viewing point – just be sure to book your free ticket in advance to get in.

Make a booking in the Sky Pod rooftop bar for the best views from Sky Garden. Champagne and city skyline, what else you could you want?


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7. Sketch

Chances are you’ve seen those alien pod bathrooms on your Insta before. This artsy concept Michelin restaurant has sketches by Turner Prize-winning David Shrigley and magical dining rooms.

The Gallery, a pastel pink and velvet room is ideal for afternoon tea, while The Glade is a mystical forest design. Breathtaking, and worth every penny.


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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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