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Reserve before 13th July 2012 for stays through to 23rd July 2012 & stays from 14th August 2012.Terms & Conditions
7 day a week - Harry Potter Tours
Harry Potter Tours at the Warner Brothers Studios. Enter a world of magic and mystery where some of the secrets behind the making of the Harry Potter movies are revealed. Studio Tour Drive, Leavesden, WD25 7LR
Until the 9 September 2012 - Damian Hirst at the Tate Modern
Bringing together over twenty years of artistic creativity, this is the first complete survey of the career of the world famous contemporary artist, Damian Hirst. (Complimentary whilst a Le Méridien Guest). Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG, United Kingdom
3 May - 2 September 2012 - Picasso Prints British Museum.
As the only complete Vollard Suite held by a public museum in the UK, it is a truly unique opportunity to discover over 100 etchings produced by Picasso between 1930 and 1937. The exhibition will showcase not only the Vollard but classical sculptures, Goya prints and all influences on Picasso in this body of work. The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
4 May - 7 September 2012 - Leonardo da Vinici: Anatomist, The Queens Gallery.
The largest ever exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci’s study of the human body is exhibited at The Queen’s Gallery. Conveying the works & thoughts of one of the Renaissance’s greatest artists, thinkers & scientists, it is the jewel in the Queen’s Gallery crown. London, Buckingham Palace, SW1A 1AA
4 June - 12 August 2012 - Summer Exhibition Royal Academy.
The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy is the world’s largest open contemporary art show, containing a wide variety of art from sculptor to film from unknown talents to well established authorities in modern art. Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD