36 Pubs and Bars found in or around Science Museum

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Hoop & Toy

The Hoop & Toy is a pretty decent, traditional-style pub in the heart of South Ken's tourist land. There are four decent, Cask Marque, real ales on the pumps, an average wine list and traditional pub grub - solid,...

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0.24mi
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Zetland Arms

Although the Zetland Arms is a Victorian pub is in the very heart of a very touristy area, it's not just for tourists - it also caters very well for locals and, in particular, sports fans. There are screens scattered around the...

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0.29mi
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Stanhope Arms

The Stanhope Arms is a handy pub for a quick pint or as a place to meet before going to the Albert Hall or one of the other nearby attractions (just remember to leave enough time to get there). It offers pretty standard pub...

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0.37mi
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Hour Glass

The Hour Glass may be a deceptively small pub - it looks a lot bigger on the outside - but it does punch above its weight. For a start there are Cask Marque ales on the three hand pumps, there's a short, but acceptable wine...

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0.42mi
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Tea Clipper

Our last review of this place, a good few years ago now (sorry it's taken so long), dismissed the Tea Clipper as nothing more than a nautically-themed, theme pub. The intervening years have seen this pub mature into something...

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0.45mi
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Janet's Bar

Something of an institution in these parts, hence its inclusion here, as there's nothing much resembling a pint on the menu. Janet (yes, there is a Janet) is an American who opened this bar in the dim and distant past - we...

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0.27mi
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Bunch of Grapes

Architecturally, the Bunch of Grapes is excellent - it's the sort of pub that pops into your mind when someone starts talking about British pubs. Most of the features are original 19th Century - or restored - and the pub still...

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0.41mi
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Hereford Arms

Not surprisingly for the area, this is very much a pub for the tourists. It's been given the old rustic pub interior décor treatment, which is a bit of a shame as the old place was OK - a normal boozer, but a bit shabby....

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0.41mi
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The Beauchamp (ex-Grove Tavern)

We weren't particularly impressed with the Grove Tavern's reincarnation as the Beauchamp a few years' ago. We felt it was a pretentious, cynical and somewhat meretricious move upmarket. We were even less impressed to find on...

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0.42mi
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Gloucester Arms

The Gloucester Arms isn't going to set the world on fire, but it is a solid if unexciting place to go. A rather average pub when all's said and done, and probably making its money on tourists that don't come back.

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0.35mi
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