London Guide

London Guide

Leighton House Art Gallery Museum 
Leighton House was the home of Frederic, Lord Leighton, (1830-1896), the great classical painter and President of the Royal Academy. 

Hogarths House 
Hogarth's House in Chiswick was built around 1700 and was the country home of the great painter, engraver and satirist William Hogarth from 1749 until his death in 1764. 

Freud Museum
The Freud Museum was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. It remained the family home until Anna Freud, the youngest daughter, died in 1982. 

Linley Sambourne House 
Linley Sambourne House was the home of Edward Linley Sambourne a leading Punch cartoonist of the late Victorian and Edwardian period. 

You don't have to be a cricket lover to be thrilled by Lord's. When you tour this world-famous arena you tread in the footsteps of the giants of the game 

Fenton House 
Fenton House is a late 17th-century construction with an outstanding collection of porcelain, 17th-century needlework pictures, Georgian furniture and early keyboard instruments, most of which are in working order. 

Kew Bridge Steam Museum  
Come to Kew Bridge Steam Museum and see our wonderful collection of water pumping machinery. Many of our engines are in steam every weekend. 

Burgh House & Hampstead Local History Museum 
Burgh House is a handsome Queen Anne house in the heart of Old Hampstead, with original panelled rooms and staircase, and wrought-iron gates.

Musical Museum 
During your visit to the Musical museum you will experience the fascinating world of automatic musical instruments through a continuous demonstration in which the instruments are explained and played. 

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew  
The world famous Kew Gardens offers visitors something of interest in all seasons: Displays of welcome spring flowers, colourful summer borders and the tints of autumn to be found in the arboretum. 

2 Willow Road  
This house is one of Britain's most important examples of Modernist architecture; the former home of Erno Goldfinger and designed and built by him in 1939. 

Keats House Museum  
This charming house, once two regency cottages, was the home of romantic poet John Keats from 1818 until 1820. 

Church Farmhouse Museum 
Hendon Borough Council purchased Church Farmhouse, restored it and opened it as a museum in 1955. It is furnished as a Middlesex farm house and is the main repository for local artefacts from an area stretching from Edgware to Hampstead. 

Boston Manor House 
Boston Manor House is a fine Jacobean manor house built in 1623 and situated in parkland containing a lake and ancient cedar trees. 

London Zoo
London Zoo, the most famous Zoo in the world, is situated on the north side of Regent's Park. London Zoo first became established in 1828, housing animals for scientific study.