Housed in the disused church of St Mary-at-Lambeth, this peaceful, green-fingered museum takes a close look at the 17th-century...
St John’s, Smith Square
In the heart of Westminster, this eye-catching church was built by Thomas Archer in 1728 under Queen Anne's Fifty New Churches Act...
House of Lords
Both the House of Commons and the House of Lords sit in the sumptuous Palace of Westminster, a neo-Gothic confection dating from the...
The brick-vaulted cafe and restaurant in the crypt of St John's Smith Square is a lovely spot for a meal or a coffee. It opens on...
Lambeth Palace Rd · interesting places nearby
Lambeth Palace information
A gorgeous red- and fired-brick Tudor gatehouse, dating from 1495 and located beside the church of St Mary-at-Lambeth, leads to Lambeth Palace, the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Although the palace is not open to the public, the gardens occasionally are; check the website for dates.