Dulwich blends modern and historic attractions to create a unique holiday experience for tourists visiting the area.
The area sits to the south of London city centre in the borough of Southwark, with Dulwich itself having roots stretching over 1000 years back in history. Staying at hotels in Dulwich will allow you to enjoy the area's excellent transport links and therefore have great access to the rest of the city.
London Tower Bridge
London Southwark (Tate Modern)
London Southwark (Bankside)
London Croydon Town Centre
London County Hall
The Dulwich Picture Gallery is one of the most popular attractions amongst tourists visiting the area. The site is the oldest public art gallery in England and was originally founded in the early 19th century. The Dulwich gallery contains some of the finest works in the capital and displays artists such as Rubens, Gainsborough and Rembrandt.
Tourists staying with Premier Inn can also visit Dulwich Park during their stay in the area. This flourishing Victorian park's highlights include its thatched shelters and picturesque boating lake.
History fans staying in Dulwich should take a day trip to the nearby Imperial War Museum. The museum tells the story of Britain's military since the First World War and contains an unbeatable array of weapons, vehicles and world famous items.