London's Hidden Gems

By Daan Deol Last edited 14 months ago
London's Hidden Gems

Most people who visit London make it to the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace. There are, however, some beautiful places around the capital that are just as interesting. Here are London's hidden gems.

Discount Suit cocktail bar, Petticoat Lane
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The Painted Hall, Greenwich
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Syon Park
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Take the stairs at Heals department store, on Tottenham Court Road - don't get dizzy though.
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The Brompton Oratory, South Kensington.
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The Coal Hole, Strand
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Kingly Court, Soho
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Down House
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Daunt Books is perfect for any book lover.
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Danson Park, Bexleyheath
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Kidding Chelsea Prayer Room
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The last remaining Webb Patent Sewer Gas Lamp is hidden behind the Savoy Hotel
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Petersham Nurseries
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Southwark Bridge tunnel
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The Parkland Walk
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Danson Park, Bexleyheath
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Crystal Palace Park
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Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, E8.
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Queen Mary’s Steps at the end of the Ministry of Defence Gardens
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Whitehall Gardens, Westminster
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Lazenby Court
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Highgate Cemetery
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Muriel's Kitchen, Soho
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Crystal Palace Park
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The Wapping Project
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Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, E8
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CitizenM Hotel, Bankside
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London Wetland Centre, Barnes
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Catherine Wheel Alley, in Bishopsgate
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Down House
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Little Venice - Home to various waterside cafes, pubs and restaurants
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No, it's not Hogwarts - it's Southwark Cathedral
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Petersham Nurseries
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Have tea at Alexandra Nurseries, Sydenham
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Leighton House Museum, Holland Park
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London Wetland Centre, Barnes
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Highgate Cemetery
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Old Operating Theatre Museum, St Thomas Street, SE1
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Trent Park, Enfield
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Ye Old Mitre Pub - Real-life film set for Snatch and The Deep Blue Sea
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Petersham Nurseries
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Crystal Palace Park
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Hornets, Kensington
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Canal in Angel
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Callooh Callay, Rivington Street
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Kenwood House - Perched on the edge of Hampstead Heath is another hidden piece of London heritage to explore
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Syon Park
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Neal's Yard, Covent Garden
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The former KPMG buildings at 1-2 Dorset Rise, now a Premier Inn
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Highgate Cemetery
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Gunnersbury Park
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St Ethelburga's Peace Garden
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Ravenscourt Park in Hammersmith.
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Gunnersbury Park
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The Horniman Museum and Gardens, Forest Hill
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Danson Park, Bexleyheath
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Wilton's Music Hall is a traditional Victorian music hall in Tower Hamlets.
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Syon Park
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Horniman Museum, Forest Hill
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Gunnersbury Park
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Explore the deep dark spaces of Chislehurst Caves - Jimi Hendrix played underground gigs there.
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The King of Ladies Man, Battersea Road
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Wellcome Collection
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Down House
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Newbury Park bus station
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London Wetland Centre, Barnes
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Last Updated 06 February 2017