The Virginia Quay Settlers Monument, on the north shore of the River Thames, marks the embarkation point of the first English settlers of North America.
At the age of 25, Charles Dickens rented (as was normal practice of the day) a large home in Doughty Street, North London. He did
We’re not going to let the major Royal event of 2018 go without a mention! Referring of course to the marriage of Prince Harry and
Among the most popular and famous of sights in London are the Churchill War Rooms. We visited recently to experience it again, along with the
That’s what Margaret Thatcher called the City of London Guildhall – in comparison to the United Kingdom’s national parliament; itself often called the mother of
Stroll around a seventeenth apothecary’s garden, followed by afternoon tea at the café. The Chelsea Physic Garden is a micro climate tucked away in Chelsea.
The European Tour A short walk from Victoria Railway Station is the smart, cosmopolitan Orange Square in Pimlico. This is the former neighbourhood of the
The ‘Darkest Hour’; directed by Joe Wright and starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill is an account of Churchill’s early days as Prime Minister, machinations
The chances are you’ll come across Shakespeare at least once during your visit to London! You might even visit the Globe Theatre for a performance.
Here is self-guided tour of 12 key portraits at the National Portrait Gallery for Americans in London. The National Portrait Gallery (NP)G is a