One of the area’s more unconventional sights is this unconsecrated post-medieval burial ground. A 16th century ‘single women’s...
On this spot in some form or another since the 13th century, ‘London’s Larder’ has enjoyed an enormous renaissance in recent years,...
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret
This unique museum, 32 steps up the spiral stairway in the tower of St Thomas Church (1703), is the unlikely home of Britain's oldest...
This magnificent old boozer is London’s last surviving galleried coaching inn, dating from 1676 and mentioned in Dickens’ Little Dorrit...
Brindisa attracts a well-heeled, foodie crowd who know good tapas when they taste it. No bookings are accepted, so come early if you...
44 Tabard St · interesting places nearby
Royal Oak information
Tucked away down a side street, this authentic Victorian place, owned by a small independent brewery in Sussex, is a mecca for serious beer drinkers. The literati might find their way here too since it’s just a hop, skip and a handful of rice south of the Church of St George the Martyr, where Little Dorrit (aka Amy) was married in Dickens’ eponymous novel.