Best Of Londonist: 28 September

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Best Of Londonist: 28 September

Your weekly Londonist round-up.

What's It Like To Flee Your Home? Find Out In Three Free Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum

An important reminder of the hardships refugees face.

See what life is like in a refugee camp in a three screen installation.

Explore London's Ghost Stations From Your Living Room With These New Virtual Tours

Londonist readers save 20%! (sponsor)

The Height Of Swinging London Was Captured By This Short-Lived Magazine

Glorious grooviness.

Londoners Sit On Park Bench, Tell Photographer How Covid Has Affected Them

Some moving tales, here.

Why Our Politicians Should Speak More Like Pirates

Be More Pirate are lubbers of the truth. (sponsor)

Open House Films: Have A Virtual Snoop Around Some Of London's Most Amazing Locations

Is your favourite on the list?

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir temple in Neasden: explore its history, architecture and role in the community with Open House Films.

Visit This Subterranean Town By The Seaside

The incredible Ramsgate Tunnels.

Image: Ramsgate Tunnels

Sex And Violence: British Museum's Tantra Exhibition

Does sex sell?

Contemporary artists continue to draw inspiration from Tantra with this housewife adopting Kali's pose. © Sutapa Biswas, DACS 2019.

London's New Year's Eve Fireworks Are Cancelled This Year

Sadiq Khan has confirmed.

Photo credit: Shutterstock

The Stained Glass Phone Box Of Embankment

An incandescent mystery.

Last Updated 28 September 2020