Good morning to all our international students and volunteers! Here is the seventh tip on how to make the most of your time in London. Whether you are going to come over to London to attend our Learn English through Drama summer course in July and August or to do a volunteer work experience in London, I would like to dedicate this post to one of the best views over London: the Tate Modern 7th-floor bar.
This is the seventh one of a series of posts about how to make the most of your stay in London after the English speaking course for learning English through drama or after volunteering in charity shops.
I have spent hours at Tate Modern’s 7th-floor bar, sipping delicious coffee, chatting with my best friends in London and enjoying one of the nicest views over the City of London and St Paul’s Cathedral. I love this place and its warm and relaxing atmosphere. This is the perfect place to go to if you need to rest after a visit to the Tate Modern’s exhibitions, once your English speaking course ‘Learn English through Drama’ in London Bridge is over or in your free time once you have finished to volunteer in charity shops.
Tate Modern’s 7th-floor bar
The Tate Modern’s 7th-floor bar offers unrivalled views over St Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London. Seats are limited, but the bar is open to all, accessed by lift and open during Museum opening hours.
Bankside, SE1 9TG
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