Life In London
Best places to study in London
Now that exam season is here it's time to knuckle down...
Having somewhere to revise with minimal distractions is important especially when your exams are just around the corner. So we've done some digging and found the best study spots around London.
Take a trip to one of London's most iconic buildings and study in one of their two museum cafes. This stunning building is great if you want a quiet study and once all your revision is done, why not look around the museum.
This cafe shop was opened by two former students who have created the perfect balance between a chilled out, relaxing space you can go and grab a coffee or bite to eat - the perfect spot to spend a day revising.
The Wellcome Collection has two great rooms, The Reading Room filled with bean bags and sofas is great to study with friends and discuss topics, but if you are wanting to study quietly, then head to The Library.
As the British Library is only a short walk away and home to the world's second-largest book collection, this is a must for all you book worms. This inspiring backdrop is exactly what you need when revising, just remember to sign up for a reader pass before you go!
If you want to get away from the busy streets of London then this is a peaceful escape located on the fifth floor of Foyles Bookshop. With free WiFi and a cafe shop, enjoy a cake and a coffee whilst you knuckle down and study.
Good luck with your exams!
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