Super Secret πŸ™Š Places in London πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Tourists Don't Know about ✈️ ...


London - one of the greatest cities in the world for visitors - is packed full of iconic landmarks.

You can do a few whistle-stop tours that will enable you to see all the main sights but then it's such fun to uncover the real London.

The things that make it unique and special can be found if you take the time to look.

1. St. Dunstan's in the East

St. Dunstan's in the East

This is one of London's hidden treasures.

Right in the center of the City between Monument and Tower Hill, this stunning garden features Gothic architecture by Sir Christopher Wren (St.

Pauls Cathedral).

It's a delightful oasis from the bustle of the city.

2. 10 Adam Street

10 Adam Street

Bearing a strking resemblance to 10 Downing Street, you can get right up close to the house in Adam Street - something you cannot do with the Prime Minister's official residence.

3. The Whitechapel Bell Foundry

The Whitechapel Bell Foundry

it might not sound that exciting but then you find out that this is where the Big Ben bell was made along with the USA's iconic Liberty Bell.

It is also the oldest manufacturing company in the UK, still operating after nearly 500 years.

4. St. Martin's Window

St. Martin's Window

Sitting on Trafalgar Square, there are plenty of reasons to visit the impressive Church of St, Martins-in-the-Field, not least for its free concerts and cafe in the crypt.

While there, look out for the unusual window.

5. Grimaldi Park

Grimaldi Park

Hidden away on a side street near King’s Cross Station is the grave of Joseph Grimaldi, hailed as the first modern clown and the reason why for generations clowns were known as "Joeys".

It used to be that on the first Sunday in February, a congregation full of clowns would hold a service to commemorate those clowns who had died in the previous year - nowadays it is held in Holy Trinity Church in Dalston).

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