Way, way out of the city centre, Charles Darwin’s former home is one of London’s greatest scientific shrines.
Down in the far south of London lies a paradise of residential gardens, created by a horticultural pioneer. Wander the leafy
avenues and decide which home you’ll buy when you win the lottery.
Ride a miniature railway or laze on the beach where Cliff Richard once cavorted and gaze at the tranquil waters that sank
Admirers of suburban curiosities and architectural follies may enjoy a walk through the streets of this otherwise ordinary
corner of north-west London, observing the whimsical creations of EG Trobridge.
Hidden London is even less of a restaurant guide than a tourism site, but this is the café to stop at if you’re
on the North Circular Road. And it’s not just for bikers.