The ianVisits guide to cheap and free things to do in London on Saturday 22nd June.


Top events in London on Sat 22nd Jun 2024

Step back in time and witness the intense clash between the Tudors and Stuarts, filled with drama, power struggles, and royal rivalries.
2024-06-22
10:30am to 4pm
 
Southwark
The Tudors and Stuarts: A Bitter Rivalry - A Day of Talks
Southwark
Hermitage Community Moorings is a cluster of boats next to Tower Bridge that hosts an occasional open weekend to let the public onboard for a look around.
2024-06-22
11am to 4pm
 
Wapping
Open Days at the Hermitage Community Moorings
Wapping

 

Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

Legion life in the Roman army
This exhibition transports you across the Roman Empire through the life and service of a real Roman soldier, Claudius Terentianus, from enlistment and campaigns to enforcing occupation and then finally retirement.
Legion life in the Roman army
10am to 5pm
Russell Square
Ends on Sun 23rd June
2024-02-01
2024-06-23
Art Now Zeinab Saleh
An exhibition of delicate and intimate paintings and drawings from Kenyan-born, London-based artist Zeinab Saleh.
Art Now Zeinab Saleh
10am to 6pm
Pimlico
Ends on Sun 23rd June
2024-01-19
2024-06-23
Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1936
The exhibition will include illustrations for stories by Richmal Crompton, J. B. Priestly & Gerald Bullett and John van Druten, an English playwright and theatre director.
Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1936
11am to 4pm
Pinner
Ends on Sun 23rd June
2024-03-30
2024-06-23
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
A forest rodeo, a hidden stargazer and a mason bee at work are just a few of the awe-inspiring images featured in the 59th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
10am to 5:50pm
South Kensington
Ends on Sun 30th June
2023-10-13
2024-06-30
 茶, चाय, Tea (Chá, Chai, Tea)
The exhibition explores tea’s complex history and myriad of meanings – from its popularisation and globalisation connected to stories of imperialism and colonial violence.
 茶, चाय, Tea (Chá, Chai, Tea)
10am to 5:30pm
Forest Hill
Ends on Sun 7th July
2023-10-07
2024-07-07
Sargent and Fashion
Almost 60 of Sargent’s paintings will be on display, including major portraits that rarely travel
Sargent and Fashion
10am to 6pm
Pimlico
Ends on Sun 7th July
2024-02-22
2024-07-07
Freud and Latin America
Through personal letters, photographs, sculptures, books and marginalia, Freud and Latin America will investigate the roots of psychoanalysis in the region.
Freud and Latin America
10:30am to 5pm
Hampstead
Ends on Sun 14th July
2024-01-17
2024-07-14
The Last Caravaggio
The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula, 1610, lent by the Intesa Sanpaolo Collection, will be displayed alongside another late work by the Italian artist from the National Gallery Collection, Salome receives the Head of John the Baptist, about 1609–10.
The Last Caravaggio
10am to 6pm
Trafalgar Square
Ends on Sun 21st July
2024-04-18
2024-07-21
Michelangelo: the last decades
This exhibition looks at the last 30 years of Michelangelo's remarkable life.
Michelangelo: the last decades
10am to 5pm
Russell Square
Ends on Sun 28th July
2024-05-02
2024-07-28
Japan: Myths to Manga
From Hokusai to Pokémon, Studio Ghibli, robots and beyond, the exhibition takes young visitors on an atmospheric and playful journey revealing the influence of folklore on Japan’s art and design.
Japan: Myths to Manga
10am to 5:45pm
Bethnal Green
Ends on Sun 11th August
2023-10-14
2024-08-11

Exhibitions opening soon


Regular Events - Saturday 22nd June 2024

Have you ever wondered what Somerset House was built for and what has taken place within this Grade 1 listed building over the years?
 12pm to 1pm
 
 Strand
2024-06-22
2024-06-22

Somerset House - Historical Highlights Tour

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