1.The British Museum is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture.The British Museum is one of London's top attractions, and absolutely free. It is bursting at the seams with enthralling artifacts from all over the world, from Egyptian mummies to samurai armor and Anglo-Saxon burial treasures to the Rosetta Stone. Remarkably, the 80,000 objects on display at any one time only make up 1% of the eight million objects in the museum’s possession.
2. Sky Pod Rooftop Bar is an all-day drinking and dining rooftop space, live music venue and evening destination situated amongst the impressive gardens and offering the best views from Sky Garden.
Dress Code and Children
A smart/casual dress code and do not permit sportswear, sports trainers or flip flops. During the hot weather, allowing smart shorts for all areas of Sky Garden. Their management reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone they feel is inappropriately dressed. From 6pm on weekdays and 9pm on weekends, guests who look younger than 18 years of age may be asked for ID when visiting one of that bars. Guests aged 16-17 are welcome in our bar and lounge areas accompanied by an adult (aged 21+).
Please note that Sky Garden is a naturally-ventilated space, therefore guests are encouraged to wear appropriately warm clothing when visiting on cooler days.