Meet The Horniman Museum — A 7 Bali Spa Local Tour Through London


Feeling a delightful mix of curiosity and exhaustion after a captivating exploration of the Horniman Museum’s eclectic collections? 7 Bali Spa offers a haven of tranquility just a short distance away. We invite you to unwind and rejuvenate with authentic Balinese and Thai treatments designed to melt away tension and restore balance. Whether you’re a frequent visitor to the Horniman Museum or simply seeking a post-exploration respite, our expert therapists are here to help you de-stress and refresh your body and mind.

What is The Horniman Museum?

Nestled in Forest Hill, South London, the Horniman Museum is a unique institution dedicated to anthropology, natural history, and musical instruments Its diverse collections, encompassing everything from fascinating taxidermist animals and historical artifacts to a renowned collection of musical instruments from around the world, offer a captivating journey for all ages.

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Horniman Museum’s History

The Horniman Museum boasts a rich history dating back to the late 19th century. Founded by Victorian entrepreneur Frederick John Horniman, the museum was originally his private collection housed in his home. In 1901, Horniman opened his collection to the public, establishing the Horniman Museum as we know it today. Interestingly, the museum is renowned for its commitment to hands-on learning and exploration. This is evident in its interactive exhibits and designated areas where visitors can touch and experience objects from the collection, making it a particularly engaging space for families with children!

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Relax After a Day In The Museum

After a stimulating day spent wandering through the Horniman Museum’s diverse galleries and marveling at its captivating collections, treat yourself to a profoundly relaxing experience at 7 Bali Spa. Our skilled therapists, trained in traditional Balinese and Thai techniques, will help you unwind, ease any museum-induced aches, and leave you feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on the rest of your week.

Book your appointment at 7 Bali Spa today and rediscover a sense of tranquility amidst the city’s vibrant energy. Visit our website at or call us to learn more and embark on your well-being journey. Let us help you unwind, recharge, and reconnect with yourself in our sanctuary inspired by the beauty of Southeast Asia.

Choose from our extensive menu designed to cater to your specific needs and preferences:

  • Traditional Thai Massages: Experience improved flexibility and relief from muscle tension with our invigorating Thai massages. Choose from the Thai Herbal Massage, incorporating herbal compresses to boost circulation, or the Thai Deep Tissue Massage, specifically designed to target deeper muscle layers and knots.
  • Balinese Massages: Immerse yourself in complete tranquility with our signature Balinese massages, combining acupressure, stretching techniques, and aromatherapy to create a holistic experience. Explore options like the Balinese Full Body Massage, a deeply relaxing treatment that incorporates elements of reflexology, or the Balinese Hot Stone Massage, which utilizes heated volcanic stones to soothe sore muscles and improve circulation.
  • Aromatherapy Massages: Elevate your massage experience with the power of essential oils. Choose from our relaxing or invigorating aromatherapy massage options, each designed to create a specific mood and address your unique needs.
  • Facials: Give your skin a radiant boost with our luxurious facials, tailored to your specific skin type and concerns. Whether you’re looking for deep hydration, rejuvenation, or acne reduction, our facials will leave your skin feeling refreshed and healthy.
  • Body Treatments: Enhance your spa experience with our selection of body treatments, including body scrubs, wraps, and polishes. These treatments are perfect for exfoliating dead skin cells, detoxifying the body, and promoting overall well-being.


Frequently Asked Questions

All your questions about our expertise in London are answered in one place.

Are there any family-friendly activities available?

Absolutely! The Horniman Museum is a haven for curious minds of all ages. With interactive exhibits, designated touch areas for objects, and a captivating butterfly house (additional fee applies), the museum offers a fun and engaging experience for the whole family.

Can I bring my own food and drinks to the museum?

While food and drinks aren’t permitted inside the galleries, the Horniman Museum boasts a lovely cafe serving a variety of refreshments and light bites. You can enjoy a pre- or post-exploration meal in a relaxed setting the cafe.

Is there parking available at the Horniman Museum?

On-site parking is limited at the Horniman Museum. However, there are several pay-and-display street parking options in the surrounding area. Additionally, numerous public transport options, including buses and trains, connect to Forest Hill, making the museum easily accessible. It’s always recommended to check the museum’s website or a transport app for the most up-to-date information on parking and public transport options before your visit.

Does the Horniman Museum host any special events?

The Horniman Museum frequently organizes a variety of events throughout the year, including talks, workshops, and family-friendly activities. These events delve deeper into specific collections or themes, offering a chance to learn more about the museum’s fascinating treasures. You can find a calendar of upcoming events on the Horniman Museum’s website to plan your visit around something that piques your interest.

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7 Bali Spa’s Local London Travel

via N Circular Rd./A406 and A41

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London

Pramukh Swami Rd, Neasden, London NW10 8HW, United Kingdom

  1. Follow Brentfield Rd. to N Circular Rd./A406 (350 meters).
    1. Head north for 5 meters.
    2. Exit the roundabout onto Brentfield Rd. (350 meters).
  2. Turn right onto N Circular Rd./A406 (4.3 kilometers).
    1. Use the 2nd lane from the left to take the ramp to Kilburn/Cricklewood (190 meters).
    2. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit (450 meters).
    3. Take the ramp onto Brent Cross Flyover/A41 and continue following A41 (4.9 kilometers).
  3. Continue onto Avenue Road/B525 and continue following Avenue Road (1 kilometer).

The Regent’s Park

London, United Kingdom

  1. Head southeast on Avenue Road (110 meters).
  2. Turn left onto Outer Circle (1.1 kilometers).
  3. Turn left onto Gloucester Gate (85 meters).
  4. Continue onto Gloucester Gate Bridge/A4201 and continue following A4201 (500 meters).

Camden Town

London, UK

  1. Take Bayham St to Crowndale Rd/B512 (650 meters).
    1. Head east on Greenland Rd (79 meters).
    2. Turn right onto Bayham St (550 meters).
  2. Turn right onto Crowndale Rd/B512 (83 meters).
    1. Turn left onto Eversholt St/A4200 and continue following A4200 (1.2 kilometers).
    2. Entering toll zone in 950 meters at Euston Rd./A501.
  3. Leaving toll zone in 1.1 kilometers.
  4. Turn right onto Tavistock Square (88 meters).
  5. Entering toll zone.
    1. Turn left to stay on Tavistock Square (150 meters).
    2. Continue onto Bedford Way (250 meters).
    3. Turn right onto Russell Sq (41 meters).

SOAS University of London

10 Thornhaugh St, London WC1H 0XG, United Kingdom

  1. Head southwest on Russell Square (230 meters).
  2. Continue onto Montague St (230 meters).
  3. Turn right onto Great Russell St (120 meters).

The British Museum

Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom

  1. Head northeast on Great Russell St (170 meters).
  2. Continue onto Bloomsbury Square (80 meters).
  3. Continue onto Bloomsbury Pl (59 meters).
  4. Turn right onto Southampton Row/A4200 and continue following A4200 (850 meters).
  5. Turn right onto Aldwych/A4 (270 meters).
    1. Leaving the toll zone in 210 meters at Strand.
  6. Turn left onto Lancaster Pl/A301 and continue following A301 (800 meters).
  7. Entering toll zone in 550 meters.
  8. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Stamford St/A3200 and continue following A3200 (1.7 kilometers).
    1. Leaving the toll zone in 1.7 kilometers.

Borough Market

London SE1 9AL, United Kingdom

  1. Take Southwark St/A3200 to Bedale St (91 meters).
    1. Turn left onto Borough High St/A3 (45 meters).
    2. Continue on Bedale St.
  2. Turn left onto Bedale St (130 meters).
    1. Entering toll zone.
    2. Turn left onto Winchester Walk (90 meters).
    3. Turn left onto Stoney St (93 meters).
    4. Stoney St turns right and becomes Park St (87 meters).
    5. Turn left onto Redcross Way (210 meters).
    6. Leaving toll zone.
    7. Entering toll zone.
    8. Turn left onto Union St/B300 (150 meters).
    9. Turn right onto Borough High St/A3 (leaving a toll zone of 250 meters).
  3. Turn left onto Great Dover St/A2 (entering toll zone – 900 meters).
    1. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Old Kent Rd/A2 (leaving the toll zone—300 meters).
    2. Use the right lane to take the exit toward Old Kent Rd/A2 (120 meters).
    3. Continue onto Old Kent Rd/A2 (800 meters).
    4. Turn right onto Trafalgar Ave/B215 (1.6 kilometers).
    5. Turn left onto Peckham High St/A202 (140 meters).
    6. Slight onto Clayton Rd/A2215 (go through 1 roundabout – 400 meters).
    7. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Consort Rd/A2215 (500 meters).
    8. Turn right onto Heaton Rd/A2215 (250 meters).
    9. Turn left onto Rye Ln/A2215 and continue following A2215 (550 meters).
    10. Continue onto Peckham Rye/B219 and follow Peckham Rye (950 meters).
    11. Continue onto Forest Hill Rd/B238 (900 meters).
    12. Turn right onto Honor Oak Rd (1.0 kilometers).
    13. Turn right onto S Circular Rd/London Rd/A205/A2216 (destination will be on the right – 230 meters).

Horniman Museum and Gardens

100 London Rd, London SE23 3PQ, United Kingdom

  1. Head west on S Circular Rd/London Rd/A205/A2216 and continue following it for 500 meters.
  2. Continue on A2216 to Camberwell (total distance 4.6 km):
    1. Continue straight onto Lordship Ln/A2216 for 2.2 kilometers.
    2. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Grove Vale/A2216 and continue following A2216 for 1.6 kilometers.
    3. Turn right onto Denmark Hill/A215 and continue for 750 meters.
  3. Continue on A202 to Westminster (total distance of 4.6 km):
    1. Turn left onto Camberwell New Rd/Peckham – Camberwell – Vauxhall – Westminster Hwy/A202 and continue following A202 for 2.5 kilometers.
      1. Use any lane to turn left onto S Lambeth Rd/A3036 and continue following A3036 for 400 meters.
      2. Use the right 3 lanes to turn right onto Wandsworth Rd/A3036 and continue for 250 meters.
      3. Use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left onto Bridgefoot/Peckham – Camberwell – Vauxhall – Westminster Hwy/A202 and continue following A202 for 1.5 kilometers.
  4. Take Bridge Pl, Buckingham Palace Rd/A3214, and Grosvenor Gardens to Grosvenor Pl/A302 in Westminster (total distance 950 meters):
    1. A202 turns left and becomes Neathouse Pl (76 meters).
      1. Continue onto Bridge Pl (210 meters).
      2. Use any lane to turn right onto Eccleston Bridge/A3213 (160 meters).
      3. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Buckingham Palace Rd/A3214 (230 meters).
      4. Buckingham Palace Rd/A3214 turns left and becomes Grosvenor Gardens/A3215, continuing following Grosvenor Gardens for 270 meters.
  5. Follow Grosvenor Pl and Park Ln/A4202 to Brook Gate (total distance 1.7 km):
    1. Continue onto Grosvenor Pl/A302 and continue following Grosvenor Pl for 650 meters.
    2. Use the 3rd lane from the left to turn slightly right onto Piccadilly (110 meters).
    3. Use the left 3 lanes to turn left onto Park Ln/A4202 and continue for 1.0 kilometers.
  6. Take Upper Brook St, Grosvenor Sq and Duke St to Manchester Square in Marylebone (total distance 1.1 km):
    1. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Brook Gate (54 meters).
    2. Continue onto Upper Brook St (entering toll zone – 300 meters).
    3. Upper Brook St turns slightly right and becomes Grosvenor Sq (130 meters).
    4. Slight left to stay on Grosvenor Sq (42 meters).
    5. Turn left onto Duke St (500 meters).
    6. Turn left onto Manchester Square (99 meters).
    7. Turn right to stay on Manchester Square (11 meters).

The Wallace Collection

Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN, United Kingdom

  1. Head east on Manchester Square (82 meters).
  2. Turn left onto Hinde St (57 meters).
  3. Turn right onto Mandeville Pl/B524 (110 meters).
  4. Turn left onto Wigmore St/A5204 and continue following A5204 for 1.0 kilometers.
  5. Turn right onto Newman St. Your destination will be on the left after 260 meters.

7 Bali Spa

11-12 Newman St, London W1T 1PB, United Kingdom

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