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Sir Soane's home was a marvel -- of architecture, of history, of "things" to see -- wow!!!! Hard to take it all in. We were so very glad we took our niece's recommendation to see it. And, a very nice selection of items in the...More
As with many of the London Museums, this small gem is free and right across the street from the love Lincoln Inn Fields park. Closed on Monday and Tuesdays, this is a lovely Sunday afternoon visit at the private collection of Sir John Soane. Truly...More
I went on the recommendation of a friend, and wasn't expecting much... There's a lot packed in here! So much packed in that it's impossible to see it all - no matter how many times you visit. Think of the museum as the home of...More
A great small gem of a museum. There’s an awful lot crammed into the three houses that make up this museum. Today’s “tiny house” fans would appreciate the ingenuity that went into designing this layout two hundred years ago. From priceless Egyptian sarcophagus to scabrous...More
What an Amazing place this is full of hidden wonders absolutely amazing I would have thought the staff would have been more active in chatting to visitors as information is sparse even in the £3 room guide I had hoped that as no photography was...More
Located in one of London's most interedting area, this excellently preserved and maintained house shows eccenticity to the max. An amazing collection of roman and Egyptian artifacts (,knick knacks ) this house is s maze of rooms preserved as it was at the time of...More
This house is three in one and filled with examples of architectural features, statues, paintings and even part of an Abbey. Sir John is famous for designing the Bank of England and Dulwich Picture Gallery. Unfortunately photos are not allowed!
A less imposing frontage would be difficult to imagine. But inside is an Aladdin's cave of treasures and pictures and facts.
Recently extended, the Museum is London's best kept secret - people who've lived and worked in the area for years know nothing of it....More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.
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You can book tickets on our website for our highlights tours, or book a private apartments tour in the museum on the day, subject to availability. Entry to the Museum is otherwise unreserved; there is sometimes a... More
You can book tickets on our website for our highlights tours, or book a private apartments tour in the museum on the day, subject to availability. Entry to the Museum is otherwise unreserved; there is sometimes a short queue, but turning up at 11 on a Thursday morning should be a fairly quiet time to arrive.