London's Coolest New Attractions

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

The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

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A 206-year-old, onetime gunpowder depot built in the style of a Palladian villa in Kensington Gardens has been repurposed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Zaha Hadid as a new cultural destination to complement the Serpentine Gallery. Located yards from the existing gallery, the hitherto Magazine Building will encompass nearly 9,700 square feet of galleries and social space, including a restaurant, as well as a new wing.

serpentinegallery.org

—Farhad Heydari

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

London's Coolest New Attractions

The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

A 206-year-old, onetime gunpowder depot built in the style of a Palladian villa in Kensington Gardens has been repurposed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Zaha Hadid as a new cultural destination to complement the Serpentine Gallery. Located yards from the existing gallery, the hitherto Magazine Building will encompass nearly 9,700 square feet of galleries and social space, including a restaurant, as well as a new wing.

serpentinegallery.org

—Farhad Heydari

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

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