Ye White Hart
Designed by the third Earl of Burlington (1694–1753) – fired up with passion for all things Roman after his grand tour of Italy – this...
Home between 1749 and 1764 to artist and social commentator William Hogarth, this recently restored small house displays his caricatures...
Fuller’s Griffin Brewery
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This traditional pub dates from Tudor times and has hosted modern jazz concerts in its Jazz Room since 1959. It continues to offer some...
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Ye White Hart information
This riverside Young’s pub in Barnes was formerly a Masonic lodge; it’s huge, traditional and welcoming downstairs, but the temptation in warmer months is to head to the balcony upstairs for Thames views, or plonk yourself down at one of the riverside tables. When Boat Race day arrives, the pub is deluged with beer-toting spectators.