From family fun at the London Transport Museum to the Barbican’s innovative reimagining of a classic film, here’s our round up of the best things to see and do in London right now.

The Serpentine Galleries have two new exhibitions for you to enjoy. At Serpentine South, States of Oneness explores the pioneering work of Sudanese Artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishag, while over the road at Serpentine North, Barbara Chase-Riboud’s first UK solo exhibition showcases her work over seven decades. After your visit, join us at The Magazine to reflect on what you’ve seen and try our new menu featuring updated CLIMAVORE dishes. Kids menu also available.

At the British Museum, Hieroglyphs: Unlocking Ancient Egypt celebrates 200 years of understanding the fascinating language found in the pyramids. If you’re bringing the family, pay a visit to The Pizzeria or book a table at the iconic Great Court Restaurant.

A visitor at the Science Fiction exhibit at the Science Museum

Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination is an immersive adventure at the Science Museum that uncovers hidden gems from your favourite movies, TV shows and books. Follow up your visit with a trip to the Shake Bar for milkshakes and ice creams that are out of this world.

Also in South Kensington, the V&A’s celebrated exhibition Fashioning Masculinities comes to an end on November 1st, so don’t miss out on a chance to see it and then have a carbon neutral coffee at the world’s oldest museum cafe.

If you’re looking for fun activities for all the family, discover the secrets of our city at Covent Garden’s London Transport Museum. Serving family friendly meals and decked out in iconic London transport memorabillia, Canteen is the perfect place to bring your little ones afterwards.

Finally, the Barbican’s theatrical reimagining of the classic film My Neighbour Totoro has rave reviews. Continue the adventure at the Barbican Kitchen where we’ll be serving delicious matcha drinks and a range of hot and cold food suitable for all ages.