Dulwich Picture Gallery is England's very first purpose-built public art gallery housing a staggering collection of old master paintings
A very tasteful gallery with rotating art exhibitions as well as special events and a cafe.
Historic local gallery which always has interesting exhibitions, and often has family friendly events. There's a good cafe there. It's also a good spot to have a walk around Dulwich Village.
The closest you’ll get to an actual village in South London, Dulwich is full of adorable places to mooch and some serious house goals. You may not have thought to visit Dulwich before, but after a little wander, you’re bound to fall in love.
The Gallery owns one of the finest collections of Old Master paintings in the world especially rich in French, Italian and Spanish Baroque paintings and in British portraits from Tudor times to the 19th century. Famous works include those by Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Poussin, Watteau, Canaletto,…
England's first public gallery in beautiful Dulwich village opposite picturesque Dulwich Park.
“30 minutes on the bus get you to this wonderful children's museum. It has a huge collection of stuffed animals, plus an interactive historic music centre, and a cafe for when you have all run out of puff.”
“Super local park with a good cafe and boats in the summer. Loads of space for running, walking, plus a great playground for children.”
“A fantastic artisan cinema with cafe. great to take the kids to watch movies and then for a meal on lordship lane”
“Beautiful park with a lake, bike tracks and a coffee shop. Bikes are available for hire. Outdoor cinema in the summer.”
“Situated in quaint Dulwich Village this Mediterranean /European restaurant is a relaxing place to have lunch or dinner. Watch the world go by having alfresco dinning on the pavement. Directions: Bus No 3 walk 2 mins or 15 to 20 mins walk /Uber.”