Lambeth packs an awful lot into its seven miles. It has over 300,000 residents speaking over 150 languages and is a melting pot of cultures and ethnic identities coming together to make a vibrant, exciting place to live.
It has lively urban districts with boutique shops, restaurants and nightlife such as Clapham and Brixton along with quieter residential districts such as Norwood and Streatham.
Lambeth is incredibly lucky to be able to boast a World Class Arts Centre on the Southbank, featuring the National Theatre, the British Film Institute and the Royal Festival Hall. It has long been associated with the arts and luminaries, such as Vincent Van Gough and William Blake who have been inspired here.
It is also quickly becoming a premier foodie destination thanks to its profusion of local food markets including the rise and rise of Brixton Village with over 20 different restaurants and cafes featuring food from around the world and live music. Lambeth has over 20 parks and open spaces including the vast areas of Clapham Common and Streatham common to be explored. It also hosts Vauxhall City Farm, which brings the countryside to the doorstop of local urban families. Other must see attractions include the Imperial War Museum and the Oval Cricket ground.
See our Local listings for further details and many more suggestions.