Belgravia London Walk - Wander Art Trail | 4K | Apr 2021 | AD
Hello Walkers, we’re in beautiful London on PIMLICO ROAD in Belgravia It’s 1.45pm on Monday 12th April 2021 with the temperature around 9°C/48°F We'll be taking a stroll through Belgravia where we'll be exploring the Wander Art trail which I’ve been paid to feature in this walk The trail showcases some of the most exciting and innovative outdoor art installations from a whole host of world-renowned artists with the walk covering 2 miles/3.2 km The Wander Art trail also continues in Mayfair, which I explore in a separate video! For more details about the Wander Art trail, check out the video description where you'll find a link to the official website which includes a map of all the installations Wander Art installation titled ‘Tell Me Something Nice’ by Kinska find this artist on Instagram @Kinska And don’t forget to look out for the WW logo throughout this walk there are two hidden in total, they could be on a building or object! Mozart statue by Philip Jackson in Orange Square EBURY STREET Today’s the first day restrictions have eased allowing non-essential shops to reopen as well as pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars with outside seating making Belgravia a great destination to visit! Plaque at 180 Ebury Street - where Mozart composed his first symphony here in 1764 The Wander Art trail is London’s largest outdoor gallery offering a unique way to explore and enjoy London outdoors Pimlico Road, Motcomb Street, Eccleston Yards and Elizabeth Street are all within 15 minutes walking distance of each other and just 5 minutes from Victoria, Sloane Square and Knightsbridge tube stations Belgravia is a great location to avoid the crowds and is home to open green spaces including Halkin Arcade, Lower Grosvenor Gardens and Eccleston Yards Tag your own experience walking the Wander Art trail with #WanderArt @belgravia_ldn @mayfair_ldn ELIZABETH STREET Belgravia is one of London’s vibrant and leading London shopping districts with an array of amazing brands, from wellbeing, lifestyle, fashion, and hospitality including many independent boutiques! The Thomas Cubitt - pub Wander Art installation titled ‘Fabriques’ by Emily Forgot find this artist on Instagram @emilyforgot Tomtom Coffee House - coffee shop Victoria Coach Station ECCLESTON PLACE We're now entering ECCLESTON YARD which houses chic retailers, restaurants, a yoga studio & co-working spaces Wander Art installation titled ‘The Only Way Is Up’ by Craig & Karl find this artist on Instagram @craigandkarl EBURY STREET ECCLESTON STREET Olivo - Italian restaurant Wander Art installation titled ‘Face To Face’ by Andre Mendes find this artist on Instagram @andremendesart Back onto EBURY STREET Blue Plaque at 22 Ebury Street - Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond lived here GROSVENOR GARDENS Lower Grosvenor Gardens - a beautiful green space close to Victoria Station Shell huts - built in 1952 in a French style to commemorate Marshal Foch & Anglo-French understanding Wander Art installation titled ‘Small, Medium, Large’ by Richard Woods find this artist on Instagram @richardwoodsstudio Equestrian statue of Ferdinand Foch (French general and military theorist) by Georges Malissard ‘The Lioness and the Lesser Kudu’ sculpture by Jonathan Kenworthy within Upper Grosvenor Gardens HOBART PLACE St Peter’s Church - consecrated in 1874 EATON SQUARE UPPER BELGRAVE STREET Embassy of Cote D’ Ivoire BELGRAVE SQUARE Simón Bolívar (Venezuelan military and political leader) statue by Hugo Daini Embassy of Bahrain Embassy of Serbia Embassy of Spain Statue of 15th century navigator Christopher Columbus by Tomas Bañuelos A whole host of embassies housed in this imposing building Prince Henry the Navigator statue by José Simões de Almeida WEST HALKIN STREET Belgrave Presbyterian Church LOWNDES STREET MOTCOMB STREET Motcombs - modern European restaurant Pantechnicon - a five storey Nordic and Japanese dining and shopping spot HALKIN ARCADE Wander Art installation titled ‘The Five Fields’ by Jordan Soderberg Mills find this artist on Instagram @jordansoderberg ‘The Friendship Bench’ sculpture by Gillie and Marc Petrus by Gordon Ramsay - modern French restaurant KINNERTON STREET The Alfred Tennyson - pub Follow these accounts on Instagram to see more! @alterprojects_ @belgravia_ldn @mayfair_ldn Our walk is coming to an end So please hit the LIKE button SHARE the video with friends on social media The Nags Head - pub and leave a thoughtful COMMENT down below Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more videos (if you haven't already) and tap the bell icon to be notified when I post new videos So until next time, bye for now!