White Cube is a name globally renowned in the contemporary art scene, with galleries in London and Japan. Set over a sprawling 52,000 SQ/FT, this is the largest of the three galleries that exist across London. The gallery space here is broken down into three areas, each one with its own style. The South Galleries is the main display area, where the North Galleries are slightly smaller and have a more experimental character. The 9x9x9 Gallery is a central space that’s flooded with natural light. I managed to see some great art by Tracy Emin when I visited. However the gallery hosts a variety of exhibitions throughout the year, so check out their website to find out more before visiting. The best thing is that it is completely free. A win-win situation.