Hidden Gems in London

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Time Out's guide to days out and attractions in London. Whether you're a local or a tourist, find the best of hidden London. Days Out In London, Things To Do In London, Free Things To Do, London Pubs, London Food, London Restaurants, London Places, Hidden London, Dating In London

18 Stafford Terrace

Formerly known as Linley Sambourne House, the Kensington address where from 1875 Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne lived with his wife and two children p

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Check out our ultimate guide to things to do in London in 2020. Find the very best things back open to do, eat, see and visit, from the South Bank and the Shard to Kew Gardens and Hampstead Heath. Pick from weekend activities, day trips or lunchtime adventures.

London’s obsession with cafés is showing no signs of slowing. Across the city, cafés and tiny, hole-in-the-wall joints. Here's our pick of the best. Pop Up Cafe, Cool Cafe, Things To Do In London, Covent Garden, Best Coffee, Afternoon Tea, Stuff To Do, Restaurant, Places

Salt

This is not meant as an insult, but Salt is a place that’s perhaps best enjoyed when you’re on your own. It isn’t just there aren’t many seats in the two small,

London's Best Cafés and Coffee Shops - Where to Eat - Time Out London

FreeState Coffee

This former Prêt was transformed in spring 2013 into an independent coffee shop. The uniform fittings have been replaced by second-hand tables and an eclectic s

London's Best Cafés and Coffee Shops - Where to Eat - Time Out London

Attendant

Opened in January 2013, Attendant occupies London’s most original location for a coffee bar: a late-nineteenth-century gents’ toilet. The urinals provide seatin

ulfgbohlin: ““Eltham Palace: inside the newly restored Greenwich time machine - Eltham Palace, a headspinning blend of Tudor, Renaissance and Modernist, Art Deco. The entrance hall at Eltham Palace designed by Rolf Engstrommer (English.

Eltham Palace

Two palaces for the price of one. The remains of the Tudor palace include a bridge over the moat, as well as the impressive Great Hall. The biggest draw now,

We doubt that the capacity of this tiny spot makes it very far into double digits. But though the choice of food and drink is comparably minimal – just espresso

The Espresso Room | Restaurants in Bloomsbury, London

We doubt that the capacity of this tiny spot makes it very far into double digits. But though the choice of food and drink is comparably minimal – just espresso