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Seven secret places you would never knew in London!

Hidden places in London

Seven secret places you would never knew in London!

Yes, it is rightly said that London is filled with happiness all around the corner, it is filled to brim with landmarks, museums, public spaces and a plenty of things to explore. It is big, bold and beautiful with iconic settings.

The city is not just about the well-known attractions and famous locations. Some of the most scenic places and worthy spots are least known, even among those who have lived and loved London.

We have come up with the least known places for you in London which are hidden heroes. Places that are tucked away off the beaten track, or hidden in plain sight right in front of your nose. The thoroughly lovely line-up includes an abandoned Victorian pumping station, a floating restaurant, a tank and an opulent cafe hidden within one of the city’s most famous museums.



Acton’s much-missed pub – well known for its exotic circus and cabaret shows and its quirky carnivalesque gardens. The Aeronaut’s in-pub virtual gaming makes for an adventurous addition to this already lively West London enclave for next night out.



Experience a dining experience like no other at The award-winning Feng Shang Princess. Feng Shang Princess is a Chinese restaurant situated on a floating boat. Yes, you read that correctly; a floating boat. The beautifully crafted Chinese restaurant is found in Regents Park next to the London zoo.



This world-famous Kensington museum is well known for its remarkable collections so naturally, it’s garden adjacent cafe, divided into three equally intriguing rooms
Enjoy a wide selection of freshly prepared food and drink in a choice of three exceptional spaces: the world’s oldest museum restaurant with its beautifully designed period rooms, the Garden Cafe or new Courtyard Cafe in the Exhibition Road Quarter.



This indoor rainforest with a waterside view and immaculately trimmed gardens could easily be confused for something a world away from London, but fear not city dwellers this botanical paradise is easily accessible within Kew Gardens.


Mathematics in London

From war and peace to life, death, money, trade, and beauty, the objects in Mathematics: The Winton Gallery reveal how mathematics connects to every aspect of our lives.

This museum is designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, examines the fundamental role mathematicians, their tools and ideas have played in building the world we live in.



A LITTLE TOUCH OF VEGAS is alive and well in Walthamstow. This multi-functional gallery, shop and prop hire destination is a gold mine of “Ohh look at this!”



Leake Street (also known as the Banksy Tunnel) is a road tunnel in Lambeth, London where graffiti is tolerated regardless of the legal complications. The street is about 300 meters long, runs off York Road and under the platforms and tracks of Waterloo station.

The spirit of this now famous endeavor has since mutated into a bonafide destination for street artists with an all-are-welcome approach exhibiting some of the rawest creativity in south London

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