Down two stone stairways at Fyristorg, you will find Galleri London. Between the 1920s and 1970s, this was the site of a public lavatory. The site was named London because of its resemblance to the entrance down into the British capital's metro system.
The premises was remodeled in 2005, but the toilets and urinals have been left in place as part of the building's history – just like the Uppsala Ekeby tile on the walls. The gallery is made up of three rooms of exhibition space, showing photography and photo-based art. Due to the climate of the premises, the gallery is closed in the winter.