The 16th-century, half-timbered shopfront facade is the main interest at Staple Inn (1580), the last of eight Inns of Chancery whose...
The attractive Lincoln’s Inn has a chapel, pleasant square and picturesque gardens that invite a stroll, especially early or late in the...
Sir John Soane's Museum
This little museum is one of the most atmospheric and fascinating in London.The building is the beautiful, bewitching home of architect...
A gorgeous little cabaret venue north of Fleet St, Volupté offers a real variety of burlesque, vaudeville, comedy and live music. During...
Not content with being one of the kings of London's coffee-bean scene (it offers barista training and workshops in 'latte art'),...
Gray's Inn Rd · interesting places nearby
Gray’s Inn information
This inn wasdestroyed during WWII, rebuilt and expanded; its peaceful gardens are still something of a treat. The walls of the original hall absorbed the first ever performance of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors .