Located here in some form or another since the 13th century (and possibly since 1014), ‘London’s Larder’ has enjoyed an astonishing...
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret
This unique museum, 32 steps up a spiral stairway in the tower of St Thomas Church (1703), is the unlikely home of Britain's oldest...
Beautiful Victorian boozer next to Borough Market with a selection of traditional ales and lots of wooden nooks and crannies. Gets very...
Applebee’s Fish Cafe
Tempted by the seafood bounty of Borough Market? Then head for this excellent fishmonger with a cafe-restaurant attached: all manner of...
77 Borough High St · interesting places nearby
George Inn information
Owned and leased by the National Trust, this magnificent old boozer is London’s last surviving galleried coaching inn, dating from 1677 (after a fire destroyed it the year before) and mentioned in Dickens’ Little Dorrit . It is on the site of the Tabard Inn, where the pilgrims in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales gathered before setting out on the road to Canterbury, Kent.
The huge courtyard full of picnic tables fills up on balmy evenings (no reservations, so just pitch up).