How you can have a creative lunch break at Escape Studios

Escape Studios

As a student at Escape Studios, you should always be on the lookout for the next inspiration to inject fresh vision into your work. Luckily for you, Escape Studios is at the heart of creative London with world-leading museums and galleries so close, you could visit them in an hour lunch break!

Here are a few need-to-visit places to take your creative practice to the next level:

The British Museum

Travel time from Midtown Campus: 4 minute walk

Why visit?
 Inside the British Museum you’ll find a treasure trove of artifacts from different civilizations throughout history. From awesome samurai armour to the Mummy of Katebet - you’ll be able to get face-to-face with of some the finest crafted objects in existence. Get ready to be inspired by thousands of years of human creativity! Visit website

How to get there: See map

Sir John Soane’s Museum

Travel time from Escape Studios: 7 minute walk

Why visit?
Welcome to the unusual and quirky victorian pad of the late Sir John Soane - now a museum open to the general public. Discover unusual perspectives within the architecture, as well as a collection of curiosities drawn from many centuries. Prepare to enter a madhouse of true victorian eccentricity. Visit website

How to get there: See map

The National Gallery

Travel time from Escape Studios: 14 min walk

Why visit? Don’t miss one of the greatest collections of paintings in the world. Unfortunately digital compositing wasn’t a thing hundreds of years ago: so many would-be-composting geniuses turned to painting on canvas instead. From Van Gogh to Michelangelo, come along to experience a collection of works by some of the most famous artists to date. Visit website

How to get there: See map

Ps. Put that wallet back! All the galleries listed above offer free entry to their main collections.