In this week's #timeout50 issue, we shine a spotlight on the londoners making this city a fantastic place to go out in right now 🔦😍.
pick up a copy tomorrow or find out who made the list at timeout.com/50people .
In at #17 in our special countdown of london's iconic best bits is london bridge foodie mecca borough market (@boroughmarket ) . despite multiple closure attempts over its lengthy history, as well as 2017's tragic terror attack, it's remained strong and is still thriving. tag your photos with #timeoutlondon and help us celebrate the best of the city. [📷 @lgillespie918] #boroughmarket
#6 of our 50 most iconic london places is the one and only somerset house (@somersethouse ). formerly the home of the inland revenue (shudder), its since redeemed itself as a hub of arty and cultural activity. and its got a festive ice skating rink! [📷 @daveburt] #somersethouse#timeoutlondon
#14/ 50 of london's most iconic places goes to the @wellcomecollection (and its natty reading room - pictured). a haven of knowledge centred around all things health and biology, it's both educational and often brilliantly disgusting. [📷 @kateloie] #wellcomecollection#timeoutlondon
#50 of our 50 iconic london places (as featured in this week's mag) is the crystal palace dinosaurs. created in 1852 - six years before darwin's theory of evolution, the slightly odd-looking figures are the first dinosaur sculptures ever made. share your favourite london bits and tag #timeoutlondon with all your pics. [📷 @jamesvanjames] #crystalpalacedinosaurs
#38 in our list of london's iconic spots is 20 fenchurch's sky garden (@sg_skygarden ). situated on floors 35-37 of the skyscraper, it's a free-entry gem with panoramic views and some natty nature to boot. [📷 @skueche] #skygarden#timeoutlondon
In at #18 of our top 50 most iconic places in london is peckham's bussey building. once a former cricket bat factory, now the space is a top arts venue by day and home to some of the city's best parties at night. [📷 @busseybeergarden] #busseybuilding#timeoutlondon
#32 of london's 50 most iconic places (as decided by us, natch) is the ornate horniman museum and gardens (@hornimanmuseumgardens ). established by victorian tea trader frederick john horniman, it originally opened as a way to showcase his own increasing collection of curiosities. [📷 @ahyom1] #hornimanmuseum#timeoutlondon