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Sydenham Hill Wood is a reserve that is the remnant of the hornbeam and oak woodland that once covered South London.
Sydenham Hill Wood is a reserve that is the remnant of the hornbeam and oak woodland that once covered South London. It has some fine old trees, with birds and insects around.
The Horniman Museum is a fine museum with an eclectic Natural History collection of stuffed animals, an aquarium and world musical instruments from different eras on display in an Art Nouveau building
The Crystal Palace Park is a 200 acre pleasure park that surrounded that Crystal Palace before it burned down
The Dulwich Picture Gallery was the first purpose-built art gallery in England
Brockwell Park is a large hilly green parkwith a Lido, children's play area, paddling pool, cafe, flower gardens, sports facilities, BMX track and several ponds
Southwark Park is a large green open park with a wide range of sporting facilities, a cafe, boating lake and an art gallery
The Design Museum celebrates over 110 years of modern and contemporary design in all aspects of life
Wilton's Music Hall, built in 1858, is the oldest Grand Music Hall in the world that is used nowadays as a performance hall for theatre, comedy, opera, puppetry, cinema and cabaret
Tower Bridge is a 19th century bridge adjacent to the Tower of London with high neo-Gothic towers and a drawbridge
White Cube is an art gallery by Jay Jopling, featuring exhibitions by major British and international artists