Lock & Co. Hatters is the world’s oldest hat shop and claims to be the world’s 34th oldest family-owned business. Over the centuries its hats have graced the heads of … Continue reading
The ‘Ten Bells’ pub is a Grade II listed building that has a significant connection with Jack the Ripper, but is also worth a visit for its interior decorations and … Continue reading
Located near Covent Garden, on a less touristy side street is one of my favourite shops in London – The Tintin Shop. For those who grew up reading the exploits … Continue reading
Since the general goal of LondonUnveiled.com is to bring exposure to places that are “off the beaten path”, Leadenhall Market is a debatable inclusion. However, conversations with many visitors to … Continue reading
Located just south of the Olympic Park is Three Mills Island – home to the largest tidal mill in the world and also home to London’s largest film studio. The … Continue reading
Institut Francais ~ wine tastings, film screenings, language courses, a free library & special events!
In the heart of South Kensington is a french cultural centre that offers everything from films, to wine tasting, to language courses and of course french food! The Institut français … Continue reading
The answers and a little insight or trivia to each question and photo are below. Thank you to all who read, liked or commented on the “Photo Challenge” post. Answer … Continue reading