A Culture Mile Location


Get back into the City with Culture Mile

Along with everyone else, we’re following ever-evolving updates regarding COVID-19.

Our focus is to monitor and collect information about how the virus, and surrounding concerns, are affecting the Culture Mile area specifically. We will organise and share relevant information from the Government, hospitality and cultural organisations in this uncertain and rapidly-changing context.

On this page you can find out about: 

  • Attractions within Culture Mile that are open to those able to visit safely 
  • Getting around London safely 
  • What safety precautions you should take whilst travelling
  • Less busy routes for cycling and walking
  • Social distancing measures
  • Open spaces where you can eat, drink and relax this summer

Let's work towards a COVID-safe Culture Mile together, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Core partners


The Conservatory and Art Gallery are open. Everyone who visits will need to book a ticket in advance.

The theatres, music venues, cinemas and public foyer spaces remain closed for now.

Plan your visit

Museum of London

Re-opens Thursday 6th August

Opening hours are:
Mon - Fri, 11.30am - 3.30pm
Sat & Sun, 10am - 6pm

Plan your visit


London Symphony Orchestra Musicians play together in Summer Shorts every Friday at 1pm. This new series of 30-minute, socially-distanced chamber concerts will be live streamed from LSO St Luke’s on Old Street until 21 August.

Watch online

Events in Culture Mile

Getting around the city

What to expect if you’re travelling for the first time in a while.

Map of Culture Mile events

Public toilets

Check the City of London website for daily updates on public toilets

Download the free City Toilet Finder app


We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to Culture Mile. 

Please see the frequently asked questions (FAQs) below regarding visiting the area for leisure purposes. The information below is correct at time of publishing, and will be updated regularly.