Samuel Johnson once said “if you are tired of London, you are tired of life.”As we all know, London is one of the world’s most famous tourist destinations. Everyone knows that during the trip to London’s most popular areas, such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace or Coca-Cola London Eye. However, there are many little-known destination is well worth playing and appreciation
Pollock’s Toy Museum
It has a 1803 swinging horse that drives a diorama spin, magic lanterns, vintage tops, tanks and train models… you’ll find a little game you’ve played in childhood.It’s a fun place to hang out and, unlike most destinations, can help add a little variety to your trip. Can help you find childhood toys, can also find old memories, so that consumers can suddenly have a kind of inexplicable sadness, hesitate in this reluctant to leave for a long time, this may be the original intention of the boss to create this toy store, will time forever freeze, stubbornly adhere to the memories of childhood.
The Geffrye Museum
The Geffrye Museum has a fascinating archive of design and home trends from the early 17th century that shows visitors what London homes have looked like over the centuries. It should be noted that the local parking space for electricity meters is very limited, and the disabled parking lot in front of the museum can be parked for up to 3 hours between 10 am and 4 PM.
New London Architecture
It is an essential stop for architecture lovers, highlighting London’s architectural past, present and future. Most importantly, the facility is free for newcomers to architecture and those who are knowledgeable about the subject. And every year the site hosts an exhibition celebrating the best new design in the city.
Tom’s kitchen is a good choice for modern European food in London. The relaxed atmosphere and decor, combined with the restaurant’s support for British farmers and fishermen, make Tom’s Kitchen the perfect place to eat. You can find this restaurant in kensington Hyde park.
Other Places to Check Out
Rough Trade East is London’s largest record store, carrying the history of British rock music since the 1970s, with many legends performing here.Of course, if you don’t go to a local bar, the trip to London is not complete. On your other adventures, get along with the locals and enjoy a cold beer.