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A Lover's Guide to Greenwich

A Lover's Guide to Greenwich

This is a light hearted walk, hand in hand, with some of English histories most famous lovers. Discover the spot where Henry VIII danced with Anne Boleyn...

Art galleries

Art galleries

New young experimental work abounds in abandoned warehouse studios that are not yet converted into bijoux apartments. Find international exhibitions in...

Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood

The Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood (part of the V & A) aims to encourage everyone to explore the themes of childhood past and present and develop...

Blackheath

Blackheath

Once the haunt of highwaymen and revolting peasants, and setting for occasions of royal splendour, Blackheath boasts some glorious architecture - from...

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf

Art & Architecture walking tour

This spectacular part of Docklands began as a – risky - vision of an integrated commercial development with significant investment in design and public...

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Imagine the eastern quarter of the city that Dickens described. This tour passes through the enthralling area of Spitalfields, home to varied groups of...

Charlton House

Charlton House

Charlton House is the finest and best preserved Jacobean mansion in London. The design is attributed to John Thorpe (c.1560-1620), one of the earliest...

Christ Church Spitalfields

Christ Church Spitalfields

a Hawksmoor masterpiece

Christ Church Spitalfields, one of the 50 new churches proposed by 1711 Act of Parliament at the time of Queen Anne, is the most overpowering of architect...

City

City

‘Old Jewry’ says it all. In 1066 William the Conqueror brought with him his personal Jews to handle the money side of his Conquest. Old Jewry was London...

Contemporary Art

Contemporary Art

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