Your All In London guide to Knightsbridge

The name Knightsbridge came from the reference to the crossing of the River Westbourne that was known as Knight’s Bridge, at least until the 12th century. Neighbouring areas include Chelsea and Belgravia making this one of the most expensive residential parts of London.

Everyone knows that Harvey Nichols is far better than Harrods, but tourists still flock to the latter, where everything is too expensive so they leave with a souvenir teddy bear/keyring as proof of their visit. Knightsbridge is everything you would suspect of London’s poshest neighbourhood: snooty, superficial and over the top. Designer boutiques, five star hotels and expensive restaurants compete for space, however unbelievably it is possible to find the odd cosy pub randomly tucked away from the main thoroughfares. It is also a great place to people watch, from the wannabe IT girls queuing to get into Vendome to the hapless rich men trying to entice them.

Going out in Knightsbridge

What's On in Knightsbridge

Fragile Beauty: Photographs from the Sir Elton John and David Furnish Collection
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London

Starts: 18/05/2024
Ends: 05/01/2025

Naomi: In Fashion
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London

Starts: 22/06/2024
Ends: 06/04/2025

Global Ambassador Choir Concert
Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square

Starts: 02/07/2024
Ends: 02/07/2024

A Great British Summer: on Tour! Stunning choral music from Britain and the Netherlands.
St Peter's Eaton Square, London

Starts: 27/06/2024
Ends: 27/06/2024

Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London

Starts: 13/10/2023
Ends: 30/06/2024

Birds: Brilliant and Bizarre
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London

Starts: 24/05/2024
Ends: 05/01/2025

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