Natural History Museum
This colossal building is infused with the irrepressible Victorian spirit of collecting, cataloguing and interpreting the natural world....
While this atmospheric 19th-century, 16-hectare bone-yard's most famous denizen is suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, the cemetery is...
Seasoned with age and decades of ale-quaffing patrons (including Charles Dickens, who lived on the same road, and DH Lawrence), this...
With an unassuming yet wholesome interior, this popular Polish restaurant welcomes diners with a heart-warming range of vodkas and a...
153 Old Brompton Rd · interesting places nearby
Drayton Arms information
This vast, comely Victorian corner boozer is delightful inside and out, with some bijou art-nouveau features (sinuous tendrils and curlicues above the windows and the doors), contemporary art on the walls, a fabulous coffered ceiling and a heated beer garden. The crowd is both hip and down-to-earth; great beer and wine selection.