Yesterday 8th July marked another important step forward in London’s return to normality after the COVID-19 restrictions. The first museums and galleries in the capital will open for visitors, allowing London’s culture vultures to once again gaze upon priceless artefacts from the worlds of history, archaeology, and art.
But the reopening of museums and galleries is also the perfect chance for you to meet up with some of our educated, charming London ladies. All our Latin companions would be delighted to accompany you to any of the newly reopened London cultural attractions.
National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, July 8th
The first London museum to reopen, the National Gallery has implemented some clever social distancing measures. These include shifting the most popular pieces to the largest rooms and a map with 3 routes which should optimize traffic flow. Friday evenings have late openings until 9pm, making them ideal for dates with any of our night-owl escorts.
Royal Academy, Piccadilly, July 16th
Piccadilly’s Royal Academy is back with a bang from the middle of the month, including exhibitions from Picasso and Gauguin. The central location of the Academy makes it ideal for afternoon dates with one of our Mayfair W1 escorts.
Barbican, City of London, July 13th
The Barbican complex opens its doors again on the 13th of the month and the pick of the activities looks like it will be a trip through the Conservatory. This tropical paradise will be like a home from home for our Lilyfields London agency escorts, who have the passion and temperament for any kind of hot date.
Tate Modern, Bankside, July 27th
The modern art gallery on the south bank of the Thames is always a popular place for an afternoon jaunt, and it reopens at the end of July. The highlight of the current batch of artwork is surely the Andy Warhol collection. As well as his classic pop art pieces depicting Marilyn Monroe, Coca-Cola, and Campbell’s Soup cans, the Tate Modern also shows off some previously unseen work from Warhol. Any of our art-loving bisexual London escorts would be delighted to join you in appreciating this outrageous New York icon.
Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park, August 4th
The two Serpentine galleries are perhaps the most perfectly located of London’s cultural centres, situated as they are in the green expanse of Hyde Park. The good news is that they will reopen at the height of summer, allowing you to picnic with a South Kensington SW7 escort and then head indoors to appreciate some of the best art in the capital. This includes Cao Fei’s Beijing blueprints, an eclectic mix of video, digital media and photography.
While we are excited to see the venues above reopen, there are still some excellent museums and concert halls which we don’t have opening dates for just yet. The Royal Albert Hall is closed until September (at the earliest) and the National Portrait Gallery is closed until 2023 due to refurbishment. However, the reopening of the museums and art galleries above is a positive sign that London’s cultural life is alive and well.
Which of the venues above do you feel most excited about visiting in the company of a lady from Lilyfields London Latin escort agency?