Built for John Ashby in 1816, this is the closest windmill to central London still in existence. It was later powered by gas and milled...
Black Cultural Archives
Housed in a brand-new heritage centre in the heart of Brixton, the Black Cultural Archives puts on seminal photographic exhibitions,...
Prince of Wales
While some pubs that festoon their ceilings with bric-a-brac and hang London Underground station signs on the walls can be tiresome, the...
Named after the nearby church, Adam Byatt’s good-looking Clapham Old Town restaurant is a light and delectable spot near the common....
22 The Pavement · interesting places nearby
Among the spray of gift shops, cafes and delis along The Pavement, this gracious Parisian-style boulangerie welcomes with vast glass windows, an inviting sense of Gallic charm and mouthwatering pastries and macaroons.