Lesser-known Attractions in London

London’s historical landmarks and modern skyscrapers have made it one of the leading tourist destinations in the world. Its immediately identifiable attractions cannot be overlooked. However, the city has many lesser-known gems to explore that are equally fascinating. Keep off the usual crowd and get ready to see an unfamiliar but fascinating side of London with this list:


Little Venice
Very few of you would have heard about this hidden gem. Despite being an aesthetically pleasing area with vibrant houseboats, cosy pubs, and extravagant restaurants floating on the canal, Little Venice is not visited by many. This is an ultimate place, where the Grand Union and Regent’s Canals roll into one to form together a quiet paradise. You can take a short leisurely walk along the banks or hire a luxury narrow boat for a tempting afternoon on the water.

For more details, please contact on 020 7985 7200
Address: Blomfield Road, Pool of Little Venice, London
Nearest Tube Station: Warwick Avenue Station

If you want to pay a visit to this place, you can book your stay near Warwick Avenue tube station, which is also home to popular restaurants and bars.


Dennis Severs’ House
Formerly home to artist Denis Severs, Dennis Severs’ House is one of the must-see places of secret London. This astonishing Georgian museum is set up as if its residents have just moved out of the door. There are half-drunk cups of tea, food about to be eaten, lit candles, and unmade beds. This lesser-known attraction deserves to be explored as the creator desired – silently and with an open mind. Advance bookings are not necessary for Sunday afternoon (noon to 4pm). However, Silent Night tours, organised on Monday evenings between 6 pm - 9 pm require prior booking for its candlelight experience.

For more details, please contact on 020 7247 4013
Address: 18 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, E1 6BX, London
Nearest Tube Station: Liverpool Street

If you are looking to book your accommodation near Liverpool Street tube, you can browse through the options here.

Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
An old museum may not be the foremost thing on your travel list when you head to a city like London, but Hunterian Museum is really an impressive venue because of its avant-garde collections of the doctor and anatomist John Hunter. The collected works include more than 3,500 anatomical and pathological preparations, fossils, and other art works. Even though you are not familiar with this mesmerizing world, you could still find a plenty of incredible specimens like skeletons, skulls, teeth, and wax teaching models.

For more details, please contact on 020 7869 6560
Address: The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Nearest Tube Station: Holborn Tube Station

To explore this unusual museum, you can book a stay at one of the hotels near Holborn Tube Station, which are in proximity to the museum.

Chelsea Physic Garden
If you are a nature lover, then Chelsea Physic Garden is the place to be. A peaceful setting for getting together, this place has a diverse collection of around 5000 plants comprising the complete plant kingdom that houses everything from small evergreen shrubs to high forest trees. Perfect for people eager to find a slice of botanical delight in the capital, this walled garden boasts an extensive range of medicinal, edible, and helpful plants.

For more details, please contact on 020 7352 5646
Address: 66 Royal Hospital Rd SW3
Nearest Tube Station: Sloane Square

Hotels near Sloane Square tube have a close proximity to Chelsea Physic Garden, Royal Court Theatre, National Army Museum, and many more.

Get ready to uncover the hidden gems of London with these attractions that are equally enthralling as city’s most visited tourist places.
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