Emelia Hollingsworth

Emelia Hollingsworth

Marketing Assistant

Our 3 top London study spots 📖

10 May 2022

Take a breath, grab a coffee and come with us to our three favourite London study spots! 

We know it’s hard with the sun shining and the temptation of a spontaneous pub trip.  We’re here to show you our favourite free London study spots to switch up your routine to increase productivity as we come to the end of the year! 

Even if you haven’t got exams, assignments or a dissertation on the go, it’s still worth checking these places out, just for the aesthetics 🤌

📍 Samsung KX, King’s Cross

This FREE new study space is located in Coal Drop’s Yard in King’s Cross. Samsung has created a modern hub of innovation, which is a great place to get those creative juices flowing. The natural light makes the space feel open, idyllic in addition to being well equipped with modern decor, plenty of seating and huge desks. In addition to having student friendly items, this study space also has a Gucci Lounge (this is one of my favourite aspects 😍) so be sure to take a look there on a study break! They also have a cafe on site, as well as hosting events which you can attend too! 

📍Senate House, Russell Square

Senate House is different to Samsung KX, giving old academia vibes. The study space is located on the 4-7th floor equipped with lots of seating and large desks. This old fashioned, super quiet study is also FREE which we know is essential! With the great views of Russell Square and natural lighting, this is a student favourite. If you fancy taking a quick break, there is plenty of cafes and restaurants in the area to give you that nourishing food we love 🥑🥒🍅

📍Tate Modern

I’m sure we’ve all heard of Tate Modern, but did you know you can come and study here? With free entry to all over the gallery, the cafe and bar area are a really great place to work. Once you have finished procrastinating with the spectacular views of the river and St Paul’s, the creative energy in the Tate is a great place to get writing. Don’t forget you can always take a quick break to explore the artwork as well 🎨 Additionally, the wifi is great at the Tate which is always a bonus! The only tip we have for you with this one is to avoid going on weekends’: it can get extremely busy! 

Hope this helps and keep smashing it! Let us know if you want to review any other cities ✌️ 


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