If you're visiting London during Spring you'll definitely want to photograph some special London wisteria! Over the weekend we were on the hunt for Wisteria. There is plenty around my local area including an amazing archway within Peckham Common but we were specifically looking for Wisteria covered houses. We were up early on Sunday morning and decided to head into Marylebone. The weather wasn't great so I thought we would have some cafe options around that area as well as the fabulous and little known Wallace Collection. We took the tube to Baker Street and then headed to one of the insta famous Wisteria houses in Dorset Street. The house is only a 5-minute walk from the tube and really easy to find. It's near the corner of Dorset Street and Manchester Street. We were not disappointed. The wisteria was absolutely beautiful. The scent was amazing too!
After a few minutes shooting some photos and a video we decided to turn right and head towards the Wallace Collection. This museum is always on my list for people visiting London. It has an amazing collection of art and each room of this former private residence is just beautiful. Read more about the Wallace Collection in my previous post here. The museum is open from 10am - 5pm daily but check their website before your visit. Entry is free but donations are appreciated.
After an hour wandering around the museum, we decided to head outside and explore more of Marylebone. Heading back towards Dorset Street we found our way to Chiltern Street. Home of the Chiltern Fire House and Monocle cafe. A great little street for some Instagram pics. After shooting some facades we found some seats inside Monocle and enjoyed great coffee and delicious cookies.
Full route details can be found here via a Google Map