The Supreme Court is walked past by thousands of tourists daily who come to view Westminster Abbey or Parliament. But few visitors or locals know that this building … Continue reading
Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society is dedicated to the development and promotion of geographical knowledge, together with its application to the challenges facing society and the environment. … Continue reading
The Sikorski Museum should be on your to-do list if you have an interest in Napoleonic through WWII military history. While arguably one of the most under-visited museums in London, … Continue reading
This museum has nothing to do with West End musicals… but everything to do with self-playing ‘musical’ instruments. This fascinating range of self-playing instruments and music rolls tells the story … Continue reading
Visitors who walk through St. James’s Square might be surprised to find a memorial marker outside the square’s railings on the north east corner. Recently the memorial was readorned with … Continue reading
On the 2nd October 2013, the World Rugby Museum in Twickenham officially reopened after a substantial makeover. In addition, the tunnel and England changing room were refurbished and have enhanced … 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