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A Brief History of London's Somerset House

© Cheryl Bolen

Though the Duke of Somerset was executed in 1552, the huge building still bearing his name sits in one of the most prime locations in all of London. 288 more words

Duke Of Somerset

Thursday: Thanksgiving in London

We started off rather slow today.  Mom and I took a gorgeous walk, then settled in a coffee shop for a while.  When Dad, Sadie and Audrey joined us we walked around the area.   106 more words


Ice skating and mulled wine at Somerset House

Well, if I wasn’t feeling Christmassy before, I certainly am now!

Last night Kat and I swirled un-gracefully around the Somerset House ice-rink for an hour. 204 more words


Tree of London

When I walked into Somerset House I was taken back by what I saw. What was that in the middle of the atrium? There were multicolored lights, wheels, bells, bugs all sprouting from this central post. 63 more words


Photo London: Deadhouse sessions at Somerset House (Event videography/promo edit)

In May 2015 Photo London took over Somerset House for the largest commercial photography fair in the capital to date.

At the close of the public fair, the Deadhouse space played host to some of London’s key events partners for a series of private parties. 37 more words


Tintin: Hergé's Masterpiece

At Somerset House. 12 Nov – 31 Jan. Free. No need to say anymore – surely will be amazing.



Everyone loves a good comic strip. The witty nature of a comic strip coupled with the colorful illustrations provides for a lighthearted and entertaining read. What better comic strip than the internationally renowned Belgium reporter Tintin with his lovable sidekick dog Snowy. 78 more words