New Attractions in London Worth Adding to Your Mid-Week Itinerary

Tower Bridge in London

If you’ve already visited London several times and have enjoyed some of her more famous attractions, you’ll be thrilled to discover that there are several new ones for you to enjoy during your next visit!

London is continually rejuvenating and developing, so there’s always something new to delight visitors to the city. Here are a few of our top picks for you to check out during your stay at the Montcalm London this year.

Migration Museum

Anyone who’s already enjoyed at stay at the Montcalm Royal London House and has travelled around the city will realise that the capital is a wonderful fusion of different cultures and nationalities.

To celebrate this cosmopolitan city, a new museum has thrown open its doors to help visitors discover more about the history of migration and tell the stories of movement to and from Britain in fresh and engaging ways.

Located on Lambeth High street, those staying at the Montcalm London can reach this new attraction via Tube in just over 16 minutes using the Northern line. Why not call into the Aviary London for a spot of lunch or cocktail with a view on your return?


Working in partnership with the Museum of London, this hidden gem in the heart of Smithfield is well worth the journey from the Montcalm Royal London House.

Formally a Tudor mansion, an almshouse for ‘decrepit men’ and a dissolved Carthusian monastery, Charterhouse journeys through the turbulent history of London with plenty of interesting and sometimes macabre exhibitions on display.

Check out the plague pit skeleton and centuries-old school desk complete with graffiti during your mid-week visit – while these are popular choices, the museum has a number of educational, historical and artistic exhibitions suitable for all ages and interests.

To reach the Charterhouse from the Montcalm London, you can either take the Tube or walk as both methods take just fifteen minutes to reach your destination.

Turner’s House

Located just over 45 minutes away by Tube from the Montcalm Royal London House, Turner’s House in Twickenham is a must for art lovers planning a visit to the city.

Discover more about the world famous landscape artist with a visit to Sandycombe Lodge, a quaint villa located on the outskirts of London where the artist honed his skills and escaped the pressures of the London art world.

An excellent spot for a mid-week visit, why not make dinner reservations at the Aviary London on your return to check out the iconic London landscape with impressive views over the skyline? With a tempting menu it’s sure to inspire before you head off to bed.

Sunsets really are spectacular from this popular London restaurant, so make sure you make your reservation as soon as you arrive to avoid disappointment and ensure you don’t miss the amazing views of the city skyline as the sun goes down.