St Katharine Docks
Sitting in the shadow of Tower Bridge, this once-booming part of London's Docklands was built in 1828 by engineer-extraordinaire Thomas...
This church was erected by Nicholas Hawksmoor in 1729 and badly damaged in the Blitz. All that now remains is a shell enclosing a...
St George’s Town Hall
On Cable St you’ll find the former St George’s Town Hall, now a council library on the corner with Library Pl. On the east wall of the...
Hoop and Grapes
It's not our favourite watering hole in the City but how can you not do business with a pub claiming to be the oldest in town, with...
Cafe Spice Namasté
TV chef Cyrus Todiwala has taken an old magistrates court just a 10-minute walk from Tower Hill, decorated it in carnival colours and...
1 Graces Alley · interesting places nearby
A gloriously atmospheric example of one of London’s Victorian public-house music halls, Wilton’s hosts a variety of shows, from comedy and classical music to theatre and opera. One-hour guided tours offer an insight into its fascinating history. The Mahogany Bar is a great way to get a taste of the place if you’re not attending a performance.