Explore Places In London, Hyde Park, and more!

A Speakers' Corner is an area where open-air public speaking, debate and discussion are allowed. The original and most noted is in the north-east corner of Hyde Park in London, United Kingdom, the site of the Tyburn gallows used for public executions.

Northern Life Museum and Cultural centre, Fort Smith, NWT

Northern Life Museum and Cultural centre, Fort Smith, NWT

St Bartholomew's gatehouse that leads to the oldest parish church in London - St Bartholomew-the-Great - was built in the sixteenth century.

St Bartholomew's gatehouse leading to the oldest parish church in London; century St Bartholomew-the-Great. In 1916 a German Zeppelin bomb fell nearby causing tiles to fall off, revealing this Elizabethan half timber fronted house built in

Bushy Park - Teddington Middlesex

Bushy is the second largest Royal Park, with an area of 445 hectares acres). Located to the north of Hampton Court Palace, it is home to around 320 free-roaming deer. Cycling is allowed on roads, and horse-riding permitted on rough grass.

Close to St. Paul’s Cathedral, squished between the gleaming office buildings that now jostle for space in the City of London, sits this secret spot, an ideal place to pause after lunch. Opened in 1880 on the site of a former churchyard, there’s a fountain and a carp pond,

Pretty and unusual space hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the City and housing the famous Watts memorial which was built in ​

Speaker's Corner, Hyde Park, London. Anyone can bring a soapbox (or whatever they wish to stand on) and speak freely. It's a 150 year old tradition and now... a tourist attraction.

Photos of Speakers' Corner, Hyde Park, Marble Arch, London

The Heartwood Inn & Spa, 1-888-823-6495, Drumheller Inn

The Heartwood Inn & Spa is a luxury Drumheller accommodation and spa. This Drumheller Inn is an oasis for couples and groups who want a peaceful retreat.

lombard crooked street

lombard crooked street - Lombard Street is one of the most unique of the vertically endowed roads and is a great stop to add to any itinerary. Lombard Street in San Francisco is one of America's crookedest streets and found on many tours.

Smithfield, London.  where numerous martyrs gave up their lives for Christ, including John Rogers, the first English Protestant martyr.  Anne Askew was also burnt alive at the stake here, after holding fast to her faith despite the most cruel forms of rack torture; her shoulders and hips were pulled from their sockets and her elbows and knees were dislocated such that she had to be carried & tied to the stake. She was 26 years old. William Wallace was also executed here.

Tudor gatehouse to St. Bartholomew the Great Church, West Smithfield, London

Postman's Park, London. (As seen in 'Closer.')

Postman's Park is a secret hideaway.

Tequila, Jalisco. Paisajes agaveros.

Tequila Jalisco Agaves y Paisajes Agaveros

In 1861, Father Albert Lacombe and his Métis helpers constructed a log building to serve the new St. Albert Roman Catholic Mission.  This simple chapel, Alberta's oldest building, became the centre of the thriving French speaking Metis settlement of St. Albert. Today the chapel has been restored to look much as it did in the early 1860s. Drop in to the chapel and let the historical interpreters take you back to an earlier time.

In 1861 Father Albert Lacombe and his Metis helpers built Father Lacombe Chapel - Alberta's oldest building. Tours of chapel and historic Mission Hill site.