Hidden Gems in London

Hidden Gems in London, London, England (B)

Life in London is never boring. It’s a city that seems to provide you with an endless list of things to do. Seriously, endless. I’ve been there so many times I’ve lost count, and still find new fun, exciting and unusual things to do in London every time I visit. If you are visiting London for the first time, you may want to focus on the main tourist attractions and standard London sightseeing route, like the London Eye or Buckingham Palace. But if it’s your second or third visit to the city, it’s a good idea to go beyond the classic London bucket list and go see some places off the beaten path. The hidden gems of London are little known places that are worth visiting, from eccentric museums to secret gardens. If you’re planning an itinerary for London and you’ve already seen all the famous places, use this list to discover some of the lesser known spots in London. Some of the places on this list are a little out of the way, but others are in the city centre. I think it’s worth travelling outside the centre occasionally for some hidden gems. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Hidden Gems in London
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tal Hayoun
Read it on Author's Website: https://brightnomad.net/hidden-gems-in-london-england/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • London Eye
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
  • Leighton House Museum
  • Design Museum in Kensington
  • Holland Park
  • Kyoto Garden
  • Fukushima Memorial Garden
  • Dennis Severs’ House
  • Brick Lane
  • The Musical Museum
  • The Barbican Conservatory
  • The Kings Cross Light Tunnel
  • London Neasden Temple
  • The Horniman Museum and Gardens
  • The Garden at 120
  • Leadenhall Market
  • Sir John Soane’s Museum

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