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Geffrye MuseumGeffrye MuseumGeffrye MuseumThere aren't many museums that can have William Morris and Ikea under the same roof, but the Geffyre is one of them. The focus of...2015/05/04 Where:
Geffrye Museum,   136 Kingsland Road    Hackney  E2
Category: Museums
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Geffrye Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
136 Kingsland Road, Hackney, London E2
There aren't many museums that can have William Morris and Ikea under the same roof, but the Geffyre is one of them. The focus of... More
 
 
 
Leighton House MuseumLeighton House MuseumLeighton House MuseumLeighton House is one of the most opulent museums in London, and its small scale makes it easy enough to explore thoroughly in an afternoon....2015/05/04 Where:
Leighton House Museum,   12 Holland Park Road    Holland Park  W14
Category: Museums
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Leighton House Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
12 Holland Park Road, Holland Park, London W14
Leighton House is one of the most opulent museums in London, and its small scale makes it easy enough to explore thoroughly in an afternoon.... More
 
 
 
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian ArtEstorick Collection of Modern Italian ArtEstorick Collection of Modern Italian ArtYou'll find a spectacular collection of paintings and sculpture by 20th century Italian artists at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, with a core...2015/05/04 Where:
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art,   39a Canonbury Square      N1
Category: Art Galleries
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
39a Canonbury Square, N1
You'll find a spectacular collection of paintings and sculpture by 20th century Italian artists at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, with a core... More
 
 
 
The Foundling MuseumThe Foundling MuseumThe Foundling MuseumThe Foundling Museum is one of London's real hidden treasures. Originally established in 1739 as a hospital which looked after abandoned children, the museum now...2015/05/04 Where:
The Foundling Museum,   40 Brunswick Square    Bloomsbury  WC1N
Category: Museums
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
The Foundling Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N
The Foundling Museum is one of London's real hidden treasures. Originally established in 1739 as a hospital which looked after abandoned children, the museum now... More
 
 
 
Marble Hill HouseMarble Hill HouseMarble Hill HouseThe waterside Palladian villa, Marble Hill House, was built for Henrietta Howard, the mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales. Set...2015/05/04 Where:
Marble Hill House,   Richmond Road, Twickenham      TW1
Category: Historic Buildings
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Marble Hill House
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1
The waterside Palladian villa, Marble Hill House, was built for Henrietta Howard, the mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales. Set... More
 
 
 
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)Since the 18th century, these extensive gardens have been the spiritual home of botany in England, if not in Europe. From the cooling glades of...2015/05/04 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew, Richmond      TW9
Category: Parks and Gardens
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)
London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
Kew, Richmond, TW9
Since the 18th century, these extensive gardens have been the spiritual home of botany in England, if not in Europe. From the cooling glades of... More
 
 
 
Sutton HouseSutton HouseSutton HouseThe royal connections of this rare, red-brick Tudor manor house reach back to Henry VIII whose Principal Secretary of State, Sir Ralph Sadler, built Sutton...2015/05/04 Where:
Sutton House,   2 & 4 Homerton High Street      E9
Category: Historic Buildings
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Sutton House
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
2 & 4 Homerton High Street, E9
The royal connections of this rare, red-brick Tudor manor house reach back to Henry VIII whose Principal Secretary of State, Sir Ralph Sadler, built Sutton... More
 
 
 
Hogarth's HouseHogarth's HouseHogarth's HouseWith its location next to one of the busiest roads in London, it's hard to believe that Hogarth's House, William Hogarth's country home and museum,...2015/05/04 Where:
Hogarth's House,   Hogarth Lane, Great West Road      W4
Category: Historic Buildings
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Hogarth's House
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, W4
With its location next to one of the busiest roads in London, it's hard to believe that Hogarth's House, William Hogarth's country home and museum,... More
 
 
 
18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) 18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) 18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) For a virtually untouched and immaculately preserved slice of Victorian living, visit this delightful building. One of the only genuine Victorian townhouses remaining and virtually...2015/05/04 Where:
18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) ,   18 Stafford Terrace    Kensington  W8
Category: Historic Buildings
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18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House)
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
18 Stafford Terrace, Kensington, London W8
For a virtually untouched and immaculately preserved slice of Victorian living, visit this delightful building. One of the only genuine Victorian townhouses remaining and virtually... More
 
 
 
Royal Observatory GreenwichRoyal Observatory GreenwichRoyal Observatory GreenwichThis museum of time and space was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675. It marks the site of the Greenwich or Prime Meridian -...2015/05/04 Where:
Royal Observatory Greenwich,   National Maritime Museum, Greenwich      SE10
Category: Museums
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Royal Observatory Greenwich
London > Attractions > Museums
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, SE10
This museum of time and space was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675. It marks the site of the Greenwich or Prime Meridian -... More
 
 
 
2 Willow Road2 Willow Road2 Willow RoadManaged by the National Trust, 2 Willow Road is, in fact, a Modernist terrace of three Hampstead houses originally designed and inhabited by Hungarian architect...2015/05/04 Where:
2 Willow Road,   2 Willow Road      NW3
Category: Historic Buildings
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2 Willow Road
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
2 Willow Road, NW3
Managed by the National Trust, 2 Willow Road is, in fact, a Modernist terrace of three Hampstead houses originally designed and inhabited by Hungarian architect... More
 
 
 
Wellington ArchWellington ArchWellington ArchA landmark triumphal arch set opposite the Duke of Wellington's residence at Apsley House, Wellington Arch was built in 1830 to commemorate the victories won...2015/05/04 Where:
Wellington Arch,   Hyde Park Corner    Belgravia  W1J
Category: Sights
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Wellington Arch
London > Attractions > Sights
Hyde Park Corner, Belgravia, London W1J
A landmark triumphal arch set opposite the Duke of Wellington's residence at Apsley House, Wellington Arch was built in 1830 to commemorate the victories won... More
 
 
 
Museum of Brands, Packaging and AdvertisingMuseum of Brands, Packaging and AdvertisingMuseum of Brands, Packaging and AdvertisingFrom Cornflakes to Ker-plunk, Spacedust to Spacehoppers, take a nostalgic tour through 200 years of British consumerism with Robert Opie's unique creation. Enter the Museum...2015/05/04 Where:
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising,   Colville Mews, Lonsdale Road    Notting Hill  W11
Category: Museums
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
London > Attractions > Museums
Colville Mews, Lonsdale Road, Notting Hill, London W11
From Cornflakes to Ker-plunk, Spacedust to Spacehoppers, take a nostalgic tour through 200 years of British consumerism with Robert Opie's unique creation. Enter the Museum... More
 
 
 
Ranger's House - The Wernher CollectionRanger's House - The Wernher CollectionRanger's House - The Wernher CollectionRanger's House is an 18th century, Grade I listed, red brick villa built in 1723 which became the official residence of the 'Ranger of Greenwich...2015/05/04 Where:
Ranger's House - The Wernher Collection,   Chesterfield Walk, Greenwich Park      SE10
Category: Historic Buildings
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Ranger's House - The Wernher Collection
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Chesterfield Walk, Greenwich Park, SE10
Ranger's House is an 18th century, Grade I listed, red brick villa built in 1723 which became the official residence of the 'Ranger of Greenwich... More
 
 
 
William Morris GalleryWilliam Morris GalleryWilliam Morris GalleryThe Grade II-listed William Morris Gallery, housed in the mid-18th century boyhood home of artist and designer William Morris, has a permanent exhibition on...2015/05/04 Where:
William Morris Gallery,   Lloyd Park, Forest Road      E17
Category: Art Galleries
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William Morris Gallery
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17
The Grade II-listed William Morris Gallery, housed in the mid-18th century boyhood home of artist and designer William Morris, has a permanent exhibition on... More
 
 
 
Household Cavalry MuseumHousehold Cavalry MuseumHousehold Cavalry MuseumVisitors to the Household Cavalry Museum can watch troopers working with their horses in the original 18th century stables (via a glazed screen) and hear...2015/05/04 Where:
Household Cavalry Museum,   Horse Guards, Whitehall    Westminster  SW1A
Category: Museums
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Household Cavalry Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
Horse Guards, Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A
Visitors to the Household Cavalry Museum can watch troopers working with their horses in the original 18th century stables (via a glazed screen) and hear... More
 
 
 
South London GallerySouth London GallerySouth London GalleryThis is one of London's most important contemporary art exhibition spaces, having shown artists such as Gilbert and George, Tracey Emin, Mark Quinn and Julian...2015/05/04 Where:
South London Gallery,   65 Peckham Road      SE5
Category: Art Galleries
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
South London Gallery
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
65 Peckham Road, SE5
This is one of London's most important contemporary art exhibition spaces, having shown artists such as Gilbert and George, Tracey Emin, Mark Quinn and Julian... More
 
 
 
Chiswick HouseChiswick HouseChiswick HouseA former royal residence and stunning example of classical 18th-century design, Chiswick House originally belonged to the "architect Earl" Lord Burlington, an avid traveller and...2015/05/04 Where:
Chiswick House,   Burlington Lane      W4
Category: Historic Buildings
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Chiswick House
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Burlington Lane, W4
A former royal residence and stunning example of classical 18th-century design, Chiswick House originally belonged to the "architect Earl" Lord Burlington, an avid traveller and... More
 
 
 
Jewish MuseumJewish MuseumJewish MuseumThe Jewish Museum in Camden reopened on Wednesday 17th March 2010 following a £10 million transformation which brought the collections of the Jewish Museum and...2015/05/04 Where:
Jewish Museum,   Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street    Camden Town  NW1
Category: Museums
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Jewish Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1
The Jewish Museum in Camden reopened on Wednesday 17th March 2010 following a £10 million transformation which brought the collections of the Jewish Museum and... More
 
 
 
Gagosian Gallery Britannia StreetGagosian Gallery Britannia StreetGagosian Gallery Britannia StreetThe Gagosian is a cavernous space for exhibitions of the highest calibre. It is a major asset for the regeneration of the King's Cross area....2015/05/04 Where:
Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street,   6-24 Britannia Street    King's Cross  WC1X
Category: Art Galleries
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
6-24 Britannia Street, King's Cross, London WC1X
The Gagosian is a cavernous space for exhibitions of the highest calibre. It is a major asset for the regeneration of the King's Cross area.... More
 
 
 
Ham House & GardensHam House & GardensHam House & GardensPerched on the edge of the River Thames and first built in 1610, this ornate but almost melancholic Stuart mansion combines extensive formal gardens with...2015/05/04 Where:
Ham House & Gardens,   Ham Street, Ham, Richmond      TW10
Category: Historic Buildings
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Ham House & Gardens
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, TW10
Perched on the edge of the River Thames and first built in 1610, this ornate but almost melancholic Stuart mansion combines extensive formal gardens with... More
 
 
 
Kew Bridge Steam MuseumKew Bridge Steam MuseumKew Bridge Steam MuseumIf you're into steam-powered stuff or simply have a penchant for the unusual and unique then the Victorian Kew Bridge Steam Museum is more than...2015/05/04 Where:
Kew Bridge Steam Museum,   Green Dragon Lane      TW8
Category: Attractions for Kids
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Kew Bridge Steam Museum
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
Green Dragon Lane, TW8
If you're into steam-powered stuff or simply have a penchant for the unusual and unique then the Victorian Kew Bridge Steam Museum is more than... More
 
 
 
Fulham PalaceFulham PalaceFulham PalaceA hugely popular afternoon out for weekending West London families, Fulham Palace is truly beautiful. Originally a country retreat for London's bishops (it only stopped...2015/05/04 Where:
Fulham Palace,   Bishops Avenue      SW6
Category: Historic Buildings
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Fulham Palace
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Bishops Avenue, SW6
A hugely popular afternoon out for weekending West London families, Fulham Palace is truly beautiful. Originally a country retreat for London's bishops (it only stopped... More
 
 
 
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumNational Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumNational Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumThe £15 million Peter Harrison Planetarium opened in 2007, a beautiful cone-shaped addition to the Royal Observatory designed by architects Allies and Morrison. This 120-seat,...2015/05/04 Where:
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison Planetarium,   Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich Park      SE10
Category: Museums
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison Planetarium
London > Attractions > Museums
Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich Park, SE10
The £15 million Peter Harrison Planetarium opened in 2007, a beautiful cone-shaped addition to the Royal Observatory designed by architects Allies and Morrison. This 120-seat,... More
 
 
 
18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) 18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) 18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) For a virtually untouched and immaculately preserved slice of Victorian living, visit Edward Linley Sambourne a delightful museum and one of the few genuine Victorian...2015/05/04 Where:
18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House) ,   18 Stafford Terrace    Kensington  W8
Category: Historic Buildings
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
18 Stafford Terrace (Linley Sambourne House)
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
18 Stafford Terrace, Kensington, London W8
For a virtually untouched and immaculately preserved slice of Victorian living, visit Edward Linley Sambourne a delightful museum and one of the few genuine Victorian... More
 
 
 
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumNational Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumNational Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison PlanetariumThe 15 million Peter Harrison Planetarium opened in 2007, a beautiful cone-shaped addition to the Royal Observatory designed by architects Allies and Morrison. This 120-seat,...2015/05/04 Where:
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison Planetarium,   Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich Park      SE10
Category: Museums
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
National Maritime Museum: Peter Harrison Planetarium
London > Attractions > Museums
Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich Park, SE10
The 15 million Peter Harrison Planetarium opened in 2007, a beautiful cone-shaped addition to the Royal Observatory designed by architects Allies and Morrison. This 120-seat,... More
 
 
 
Hackney City FarmHackney City FarmHackney City FarmThis inner city site next to Haggerston Park was used as a farm as far back as the early 1800s when fresh produce was grown...2015/05/04 Where:
Hackney City Farm,   1 Goldsmiths Row    Hackney  E2
Category: Attractions for Kids
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Hackney City Farm
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
1 Goldsmiths Row, Hackney, London E2
This inner city site next to Haggerston Park was used as a farm as far back as the early 1800s when fresh produce was grown... More
 
 
 
Camley Street Natural ParkCamley Street Natural ParkCamley Street Natural ParkCamley Street Natural Park's two acres of woodland, water and wild meadow, concealed in the urban heart of King's Cross, have a 'secret garden' feel...2015/05/04 Where:
Camley Street Natural Park,   12 Camley Street    King's Cross  N1C
Category: Parks and Gardens
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Camley Street Natural Park
London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
12 Camley Street, King's Cross, London N1C
Camley Street Natural Park's two acres of woodland, water and wild meadow, concealed in the urban heart of King's Cross, have a 'secret garden' feel... More
 
 
 
Coram's FieldsCoram's FieldsCoram's FieldsCoram's Fields is a special place for children where adults are allowed in only if accompanied by a child. Tucked away in the city centre...2015/05/04 Where:
Coram's Fields,   93 Guilford Street    Bloomsbury  WC1N
Category: Attractions for Kids
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Coram's Fields
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
93 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N
Coram's Fields is a special place for children where adults are allowed in only if accompanied by a child. Tucked away in the city centre... More
 
 
 
Temple ChurchTemple ChurchTemple ChurchTemple Church sits within the Inner Temple of the Inns of Court, and was originally consecrated in 1185 as the spiritual and actual home of...2015/05/04 Where:
Temple Church,   Fleet Street, Temple    Holborn  EC4Y
Category: Historic Buildings
Editor's Top Pick - Recommended
Temple Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Fleet Street, Temple, Holborn, London EC4Y
Temple Church sits within the Inner Temple of the Inns of Court, and was originally consecrated in 1185 as the spiritual and actual home of... More
 
 
 
 
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