A unique building with a unique collection of antiquities from around the world, including an Egyptian pharaoh's tomb! - well worth the visit.
In the middle of London’s legal heartland, the 17th century houses that make up Lincoln’s Inn, this museum is testimony to its delightfully eccentric founder, an architect and obsessive collector. It is packed with Egyptian sarcophagus, stained glass from the medieval Palace of Westminster, Greek…
This amazing 19th century townhouse was the home of architect John Soane and has been left untouched since his death nearly 180 years ago. It is a remarkable treasure trove, full to bursting with unique objects. I just love his stunning architectural drawings. And don’t miss the room full of marble…
“Interested in medical procedures & science? Check out where medical students study with their professors. Very cool. FREE.”
“Charles Dickens's house museum occupies a typical Georgian terraced house which was the novelist home from 25 March 1837 to December 1839.”
“-Classic Italian dishes in airy basement with aqua-blue furniture, framed photos and hanging guitars. -££”
“With a discreet entrance just by Holborn station, Asadal has been the go-to venue for Korean food fans in central London for many years. ”
“A weird old curio full of skeletons, stuff & embalmed animals - well worth a look - it's small, so you only need 30minutes or so (though we've often got stuck in there for hours). Check out the opening times with are suitably odd. Just around the corner. Check out the opening times with are suitably odd. ”