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Today is the beginning of something new!
If you’re around London during the Christmas holidays you might need space to work - or just fancy a bit of peace and quiet.
We’ve rounded up the best of our London Study Spaces blogs, and made a few new additions, to give you instant access to the best spots in London!
1. The British Library: Take a page (we love a good pun) from Virginia Woolf’s, Oscar Wilde’s, George Bernard Shaw’s, and W.B. Yeats’ book and head to the home of every publication produced in the UK and Ireland. The British Library has eleven reading rooms, boasting a capacity of 1,200 readers. What are you waiting for? Register for a reading pass and hit the books!
2. The Wellcome Library: Part of The Wellcome Collection on Euston Road, the Wellcome Library is open Monday through Saturday. Need a study break during your visit? Check out one of the Insight Sessions for your chance to explore the library’s collection through the lens of a specific topic ranging from midwifery to madness.
3. The National Art Library: Located at the Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Art Library allows you to study in a gorgeous setting, complete with a chandelier or two, Tuesday through Saturday. Register for a reader ticket online or in person.
4. Timberyard, Covent Garden: home to London’s most delicious array of cakes and muffins, plus sourdough sandwiches, pastries, salads, coffee, juice and tea - all in a spacious, plug-filled environment perfect for settling down with your laptop - Timberyard London is an all-time favourite places to work.
5. Pancras Square Library: Treat yourself to a study session in the library’s brand new modern space, opened this summer. The library offers new computers and tablets and is open seven days a week.
Final tip: Many libraries and reading rooms - including LSE’s own - have special hours over the Christmas holiday. Check before you go so you won’t be left out in the cold.
Go be productive! Good on you.
- Kara Dunford
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