2 Cardinal Walk, Victoria, London, Greater London, SW1E 5AG
Ideally located for shoppers, theatre-goers and city workers, Browns in Victoria offers classic dishes with the usual Browns flair and stylish cocktails in spacious surroundings.
We’re close to the iconic Cardinal Place, a magnificent shopping and leisure centre on Victoria Street. Plus we’re within walking distance of some of the best art galleries, theatres and museums in London, so there’s every reason to visit Victoria.
As with every Browns restaurant, we can promise you a great atmosphere and food that’s just a little bit special.
Tate Britain is the home of British art with a fantastic array of exhibits that date from the year 1500 to the present day. There’s also a varied programme of talks, courses and daily activities and the collection includes nearly 70,000 artworks by over 3,000 artists, with paintings by Picasso, Lichtenstein, Warhol and Matisse.
If up-to-the-minute art is more to your taste, the Institute of Contemporary Arts displays work by modern artists from around the world and holds talks and film screenings.
The Florence Nightingale Museum gives a fascinating insight into the life and work of Ms Nightingale, who led the nurses caring for soldiers during the Crimean War and became known as the ‘Lady with the Lamp’. She was also a visionary health reformer and a brilliant campaigner.
There are also the brilliant Churchill War Rooms on King Charles Street, the War Cabinet Room where Churchill and his ministers and military command met during the war. It’s literally a bunker, an underground maze – and an amazing piece of living history.
Book a performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and enjoy an exciting and memorable evening. Some of the most successful shows in the West End have been produced here, including Waiting for Godot and Flare Path. The Victoria Palace Theatre and the beautiful art deco building that houses the Apollo Theatre are also within easy reach.
Westminster Abbey welcomes over a million visitors a year – and the 700 year old building is a wonderful place to see. The Abbey Museum is housed in the vaulted undercroft beneath the former monks’ dormitory, one of the oldest parts of the building.