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Guide To The Best Attractions Near Sussex Gardens

Check out the unusual and interesting sights and sounds of the stunning Sussex Gardens , which include beautiful buildings, art galleries and museums. Make the absolute most of your stay with one of the gorgeous Hotels Sussex Gardens.

Subway Gallery

London’s Best Art Gallery
Address: 1 Edgware Road Subway, Bayswater, London W2
This absolutely amazing gallery makes for one of the very best galleries in the city boasting some amazing pieces of art and a really unsuaul approach to curation.
Be sure to check out the incredible events programme that the gallery routinely hosts and will offer many an edifying art ever.

Mark Jason Gallery

London’s Most Refined Art Gallery
Address: 1 Bell Street, Marylebone, London NW1
There are so many stunning art galleries found all over the city and this is definitely one of the very best, and definitely worth a visit. The brilliant Mark Jason Gallery recently moved and can now be found not on Edgware Road but on New Bond Street.
Boasting some stunning pieces, if you are a collector or just looking to view, this is an all-round must-see. This is a great gallery for all.

St John’s Church

Stunning Historic Building
Address: Hyde Park Crescent, Paddington, London W2
This utterly amazing church boasts an absolutely amazing visit, with so much to take it. Roubly considered to be a stunning example of 19th century Gothic architecture and is a must if you’re interested in this sort of thing.
You will find some immense fittings and details, such as the utterly wonderful and ornate windows which are stunning.

Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

Best Museum
Address: St Mary’s Hospital, Praed Street, Paddington, London W2
This utterly amazing and low-key laboratory is the actual premises in which Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.
A must if you’re interested in the key historical events in the city or in medical history.

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