The County Hall is the former headquarters of the London County Council. The Hall was designed by Ralph Knott. Construction began in 1911, yet the Hall was not fully completed until 1958. County Hall now hosts a leisure complex of restaurants and attractions.
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What's better than stumbling upon a FREE Picasso & Dali exhibition in late 2007 at the ever famous County Hall on Queen's Walk in London - need I say more? Nope.
Dali is my all time favorite artist and I was giddy with excitement when I saw the advertisement for a brief, yet amazing exhibit of works of art by these two world renown artisans.
It was myself and one other woman in the entire...more
I went to an excellent event here. It was set up by lots of Japan-related companies and organisations to thank the people of the UK for all the support and financial aid after the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake in 2011. Thank you Japan!!
There was free wine and gooorgeous sushi provided by Ozu, music and stunning views of the Thames, Big Ben and the London eye. I know the most of this...more
Since the mayor moved the seat of London governmental power further east along the river to new premises, County Hall is now home to multiple forms of entertainment for all the family.
Located across the river from the Houses of Parliament, you can find it easily at the base of the giant London Eye ferris wheel. It's home to the London Aquarium, Movieum and the Namco Arcade for...more
County Hall can't be missed on the Southbank; it's host to museums, restaurants and various tourists attractions. The Movieum, Dali World, Aquarium, County Hall Arcade and Ozu are just some of the things you can visit at the County Hall.
The worst thing about this place are the tourists. The Arcade is particularly hoaching with the lot of them! It's such a busy part of the Southbank. I'd say...more