This is one of London’s cultural hot-spots and no one ever tires of its attractions. There’s the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum (known by its shorter, informal appellation – the V&A). These three museums are situated in a convenient row so it’s easy enough to do all three in one day. Not only are the permanent installations always worth a look, you can also find brilliant temporary exhibitions. For example, the V&A was the location for the ground-breaking and critically-acclaimed David Bowie extravaganza back in 2013.
As an area for living, South Ken is a place of upmarket luxury to rival and perhaps even exceed neighbouring Chelsea. And where once it was home to many old London families, now it’s more likely you’ll find the super-rich from overseas making their homes here, digging beneath their properties to make controversial super-basements that completely disregard the period character of these lovely homes. Alas, what can one do but accept that things change? One thing, however, doesn’t change and that’s gay massage in South Kensington. Well, it does change but only for the better. The men here are cut from the finest of cloths – discreet, upmarket, educated and handsome. They’ll forge a connection of the heart with you before taking you to paradise with their sensuous touch.
Not far from here is another of the area’s principal attractions and that is the world-famous Royal Albert Hall. Through summer, it’s where the Proms are held. For the rest of the year, you’ll find a wonderful and varied programme of music and arts, so grab some tickets while you’re here, if only to marvel at the wonderful interior of the building. Gay massage in South Kensington is the perfect accompaniment to this excursion. After the final note is played, you can make a swift exit from the hall and head to your appointment, if you are wanting a booking of course.