London’s hidden secrets
London is a city with a cornucopia of secret places, being ancient, vast and in a constant state of flux.
London’s Hidden Secrets takes you off the beaten path to seek out the more unusual places that often fail to register on the radar of both visitors and residents alike, and aims to sidestep the chaos and queues of London’s tourist-clogged attractions and visit its quirkier, more mysterious side.
London’s Hidden Secrets includes some of the city’s loveliest buildings, secret gardens, bizarre museums, lost’ grave yards, medieval pubs, cutting-edge art and design,and much more.
The entries range from the enchanting canals of Little Venice to eccentric Thame side sculptures,from the stuffed remains of a philosopher to the poignant Foundling Museum, from the home of Sigmund Freud’s famous sofa to where Handel and Hendrix meet, and from the spectacular treasures of Ham House to atmospheric Kensal Green cemetery.
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