Charles Dickens Museum
After a £3.5 million year-long renovation, this museum in a handsome four-storey house – the great Victorian novelist's sole surviving...
The Foundling Hospital opened in 1741 at a time of such extreme poverty that a thousand babies were abandoned annually. Hogarth was a...
This now-wonderful 1960s complex consists of apartments, restaurants, shops and a cinema. A £24-million project transformed it from a...
As unexpected as sunshine in November, this secluded little pub in the heart of Bloomsbury is like a step back in time to the inter-war...
Bloomsbury can sometimes feel like a culinary wasteland, but the arrival of this buzzy gastropub named after a patron of the Bloomsbury...
94 Lamb’s Conduit St · interesting places nearby
The Lamb’s central mahogany bar with beautiful Victorian dividers (also called ‘snob screens’ as they allowed the well-to-do to drink in private) has been a favourite with locals since 1729. Nearly three centuries later, its popularity hasn’t waned, so come early to bag a booth. It has a decent selection of Young’s bitters and a genial atmosphere perfect for unwinding.