2FOR1 Offers in London
London's double the fun when you 2FOR1.
Looking for ways to keep busy this spring? Hop on a Greater Anglia train to London and you can claim over 150 fantastic offers! If you’re in need of a little inspiration, you’ll find plenty of offers to choose from.
*2FOR1 offer not valid on Bank Holidays or event days*
Be amazed by the glittering interiors of the grandest address in the capital, once known as 'Number 1 London'. This beautiful Georgian building was the London home of the first Duke of Wellington and has changed very little since his great victory at Waterloo in 1815.
Revel in one of the finest art collections in London, with paintings by Velazquez and Rubens, as well as a wonderful collection of silver and porcelain.
Benjamin Franklin House**2FOR1 offer is not available Monday - Tuesday**
The House’s main visitor offer, the Historical Experience show provides a unique experience, using the historic rooms that Franklin inhabited as a stage: blending live performance, sound, lighting and visual projection to tell the rich story of Franklin’s London years in his own words. The main character, Polly Hewson, daughter of Franklin’s landlady who became a ‘second daughter’ to Franklin, accompanies visitors through the House, as they experience a sense of the complexity of the man and the times in which he lived: food, health, botany, and daily living; social and personal relationships; scientific work and musical inventions; political tensions, triumphs and woes and a hurried return to America in the face of the looming War of Independence.
British Museum - The BP exhibition I am Ashurbanipal: king of the world, king of AssyriaExhibition Dates: 8 November 2018 – 24 February 2019
This major exhibition tells the story of King Ashurbanipal of Assyria (r. 668–c. 627 BC) through the British Museum’s unparalleled collection of Assyrian treasures. At the time of his reign Ashurbanipal was the most powerful man on earth. He described himself in inscriptions as ‘king of the world’, and his rule from the city of Nineveh (now in northern Iraq) marked the high point of the Assyrian empire. Step into Ashurbanipal’s world through displays that evoke the splendour of his palace, with its spectacular palace reliefs and exotic gardens. Marvel at the workings of Ashurbanipal’s great library, the first in the world to be created with the ambition of housing all knowledge in the world. Come face to face with one of history’s greatest forgotten kings.
Supported by BPLogistics partner IAG Cargo.
Churchill War Rooms
Discover Winston Churchill’s secret underground HQ hidden beneath the streets of Westminster. Descend through the labyrinth of rooms and corridors where the Prime Minister and Britain’s war leaders plotted the route to victory, unchanged since the lights were switched off in 1945.
Uncover rare letters and stories from the men and women who worked with the Prime Minister and were sworn to secrecy about their day jobs. Get a deeper insight into Churchill’s mind during this tense time and learn about his fascinating personal life in the adjoining Churchill Museum.
Design Museum - Home Futures
Exhibition Dates: 7 November 2018 - 24 March 2019
The ‘home of the future’ has long intrigued designers and popular culture alike. Immerse yourself in a series of dreamlike passages and rooms exploring yesterday’s visions of the future, as avant-garde speculations are displayed alongside contemporary objects and new commissions.
Discover more than 200 objects and experiences to trace the key social and technological aspirations that have driven change in the home. Historical notions of the mechanised home and the compact home are displayed alongside contemporary phenomena such as connected devices and the sharing economy.
Rare works on display will include original furniture from the Smithsons’ House of the Future (1956), footage from the General Motors Kitchen of Tomorrow (1956), and an original model of Total Furnishing Unit by Joe Colombo (1972).
The exhibition has been created in partnership with IKEA Museum.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
2FOR1 on Permanent Collection
Dulwich Picture Gallery is the World’s first purpose-built public art gallery, founded in 1811 and designed by Regency architect Sir John Soane. It houses one of the finest collections of Old Masters in England. The Gallery’s permanent collection is complemented by its diverse and critically acclaimed year-round temporary exhibitions.
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
Internationally known for its collection of modern Italian art based around a core of Futurist works as well as figurative painting and sculpture from 1895 to the 1950's, including works by Giorgio Morandi and Amedeo Modigliani.
The Estorick Collection is housed in a listed Georgian town house in Islington’s beautiful Canonbury Square.
Fashion and Textile Museum
The Fashion and Textile Museum is a cutting edge centre for contemporary fashion and textiles in London. Founded by iconic British designer Zandra Rhodes, the centre showcases a programme of changing exhibitions exploring elements of fashion and textiles as well as running a wide variety of creative courses and workshops for children, students and businesses.
Situated in the heart of fashionable Bermondsey Village, in a fantastic building designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the museum aims not just to display items relating to fashion and textile design, but to offer inspiration to a new generation of creatives.
Now redeveloped and operated by Newham College, the museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and textiles industry.
The Museum does not have a permanent display, but offers an exciting program of focused temporary exhibitions and displays throughout the year, which allows the museum to showcase a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile items.
Florence Nightingale MuseumDiscover more about Florence Nightingale and how she became the founder of modern nursing, helping wounded and sick soldiers during the Crimean War.
She became one of our greatest Victorians and a female icon during her own lifetime. Find out how she became The Lady With The Lamp and see an actual lamp that she used! And meet Athena, her pet owl. Follow her life from well-to-do Victorian lady to a famous campaigner on health reform.
Spanish Flu Exhibition: 21 September 2018 – 16 June 2019
Building on Florence Nightingale’s work during the Crimean war, WW1 ushered in a new era for nursing. Women from all walks of life were filled with a desire to serve their country. But in 1918, as WW1 approached its end, nothing could have prepared them for what was to come – the deadly Spanish Flu.
Infecting up to half of the world’s population, the death toll from this lethal pandemic far outstripped that of the war, with victims suffering from often terrifying and gruesome symptoms. A type of Avian Influenza, which is still a danger today, there was no cure for Spanish Flu, and doctors were at a loss to know how to prevent or treat it. Good nursing was the only thing that helped and therefore it was typically women that bore the brunt of trying to halt this deadly killer.
Journey back in time to a field hospital in 1918 and explore the experiences of those that lived and died during the deadliest pandemic in human history, and discover if a similarly devastating pandemic could happen again today.
The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery.
Established in 1739 by philanthropist Thomas Coram, and continuing today as the children’s charity Coram, the Hospital was set up as an institution ‘for the maintenance and education of exposed and deserted young children’. Instrumental in helping Coram realise his vision was the artist William Hogarth, who encouraged leading artists of the day to donate work, and the composer George Frideric Handel, who gave annual benefit concerts of his Messiah. Through a dynamic programme of exhibitions and events, we celebrate their vision and the ways in which artists and children have inspired each other for over 275 years.
Discover the intriguing story behind this important London institution and the children who grew up there, alongside original period interiors, poignant artefacts and inspiring art.
Make the most of your visit by hiring a guide, picking up a unique artist-designed souvenir in our shop or attending one of our many events from free lunchtime concerts to curator-led tours.