London's Coolest New Attractions

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(c) Herzog and de Meuron and Hayes Davidson 2009

The skyline of London is shifting before our eyes, and these cool new attractions are well worth the price of admission.

Tate Modern Expansion

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The Tate Modern debuted in 2000 and quickly became the world’s most popular modern art museum, attracting more than 5 million annual visitors. Architects Herzog & de Meuron’s much-needed addition is a latticework brick edifice above two disused oil tanks—huge subterranean spaces that will also be open for live art installations and performances. A second phase of expansion is slated for 2016.

Briana Fasone

See the video: London’s Can’t-Miss Sights.

London's Coolest New Attractions

Tate Modern Expansion

The Tate Modern debuted in 2000 and quickly became the world’s most popular modern art museum, attracting more than 5 million annual visitors. Architects Herzog & de Meuron’s much-needed addition is a latticework brick edifice above two disused oil tanks—huge subterranean spaces that will also be open for live art installations and performances. A second phase of expansion is slated for 2016.

Briana Fasone

See the video: London’s Can’t-Miss Sights.

(c) Herzog and de Meuron and Hayes Davidson 2009
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