The hard part is narrowing down the options to create the perfect day out. There are never enough hours in the day to take in everything that London has to offer those that visit its historical streets. That’s why a plan is always advisable in order to get the most out of it. Let us do some of the heavy lifting with our guide to unique and special attractions that should be squeezed into every itinerary.

Top Things to do in Belgravia

Cool things to do in London come as standard and there is no other zone better positioned to provide for every demand than Belgravia. Just a stone’s throw from Victoria, Westminster, Knightsbridge and Mayfair, this area is one of the best connected in the entire city and is also steeped in history.

It’s one of London’s most affluent hubs and counts some of the best-known locations in the capital among its prized possessions. It doesn’t take long to happen upon a fabulous destination in this neighbourhood and it offers a plethora of architectural delights along with commercial success stories at every turn. It’s a day-tripper's dream and provides that extra element of luxury that we all crave from time to time.

Here we have come up with a fantastic selection of some of the cool and unique ways to entertain ourselves in the Belgravia area.

Ministry of Biscuits - Icing Classes at Biscuiteers

Location: 14-15 Eccleston Yard
Price: £90

Biscuiteers launched in 2007 with the aim to offer a unique gift solution that could rival some of the more traditional options. The iced biscuits come in incredibly detailed wrapping creating the perfect present for those who appreciate both a delectable biscuit and fancy presentation at the same time.

After a lot of attention in the media, the idea began to hit the mainstream and the company started to develop the idea in earnest. They now work with artists, designers and other professionals who understand the creative process to produce some of the most exquisite iced biscuits and wonderful gift wrapping that you will ever see.

Anyone looking for cool things to do in London can now benefit from the years of knowledge developed at Biscuiteers by taking part in their master class. Learn techniques used in the Grand Icing Hall at the Ministry of Biscuits. And during the 2-hour session, we can obtain all the skills needed to head off and create our own fantastic designs. All of the major techniques are there to be learned including flood icing, piping and feathering as well.

Not only do we get to learn a new skill but also walk away with our own tin of personally designed biscuits. Kiddies between the age of 7 and 14 can also get involved at a different time. Biscuiteers lays on a special class for the young ones where they will learn together in a fun and creative environment to produce their own collection of 5 biscuits.

Enjoy French Cuisine at Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay

Location: 1 Kinnerton Street, London
Price: £125 Prestige Menu

Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay is one of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in the Belgravia area. It is famous for producing some of the most exceptional French cuisine and in a setting that tops off the whole occasion perfectly.

The restaurant is named after the Chateau Pétrus wine that features heavily throughout the restaurant's identity. Many wine pairing options are available from the Pétrus range and include vintages from the collection. The centrepiece of the restaurant is a fabulous floor-to-ceiling wine cellar that deserves a visit in its own right.

There is an a la carte lunch and dinner service, Chef's Table and Prestige Menu options. Naturally, the Prestige Menu is the talk of the town with amazing Isle of Skye scallops, cornish cod and Suffolk lamb all featuring. Menus change with the seasons so there’s always something new to experience here at one of London’s finest dining establishments.

Visit the Osborne Studio Gallery

Location: 2 Motcomb Street, London

The Osborne Studio Gallery is a fantastic art studio in the heart of Belgravia. And as far as cool things to do in London go, this is up there with the best of them. It began life in 1986 in Covent Garden when it was opened by the Princess Royal to mark the occasion. Named after the famous sculptor James Osborne, the gallery became synonymous with the area at that time. Unfortunately, James Osborne is no longer with us but his legacy lives on in the new studio location on Motcomb Street.

This location hosts a range of fantastic exhibitions filled with incredible pieces available for purchase. The studio gallery specialises in sporting paintings and bronzes from contemporary artists with a keen interest in horse racing. They promote some of the most fantastic talent with a selection of work that will impress on every level. Get in touch with the gallery to find out details of new and upcoming shows that will be taking place soon.

Shop and Eat on Motcomb Street

Motcomb Street is one of Central London’s most iconic locations famous for its eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and venues. It sits to the west of Belgrave Square, close to Knightsbridge tube station. Finding our way here is both easy and convenient and is a great way to spend the day.

ON Motcomb


Boutique stores are part of Belgravia’s identity and one of our favourites is ON Motcomb. The unique fashion items available here will stop you in your tracks as you stroll around the area. They specialise in luxury evening wear and leave everyone dreaming of attending the next gala event.

Step inside and discover exclusively commissioned pieces from some of the world’s most influential fashion houses and designers including Elie Saab, Erdem, Giambattista Valli Couture and Marches.

The Fine Cheese Company


The Fine Cheese Company is a maturer, wholesaler and exporter of incredible British cheeses. There's also a fantastic selection of other famous delights from France and beyond. They are based in Bath in the west of England, but the Fine Cheese Company shopfront presents all of the most incredible produce right here in the heart of London.

They've been specialists in this field for over 30 years and the company was founded by Anne-Marie Dyas who just happens to be a world cheese judge. They have a passion for handmade cheese and know exactly what occasion deserves a specific dairy delight to accompany it. Head inside and test their knowledge by giving them your requirements and find out how the experts would pair up a cheese at your next event.

Harrys Footwear


Harrys of London footwear isn't only an enviable fashion item but will also keep you comfortable the whole day through. With its unique Technogel 3D innersole, it is an ergonomic treasure that slides perfectly onto each and every foot. Created in collaboration with shock absorption experts, this gel-filled delight provides the perfect footwear option for every fashionable explorer looking for the cool things to do in London. The brand also has a strong sustainability message at the core of its identity. They are constantly looking to reduce emissions across their supply chain and opt for materials that last longer.

Sachi Japanese Restaurant at Pantechnicon


The Sachi restaurant brings the authentic taste of Japanese cooking to this incredible venue on Motcomb Street. The menu is created by chef Chris Golding and features some of the most amazing dishes from the Japanese region. As Golding puts it, it is a ‘... celebration of ingredients and seasonality’.

The Pantechnicon venue doesn't only house this fabulous Japanese restaurant. There is also a Nordic-themed area to explore with culinary delights from this part of the world as well. Anyone in the Belgravia area should pay a visit and check out everything that it has to offer.