Designed by John Nash in 1827, this huge white arch was moved here from its original spot in front of Buckingham Palace in 1851, when...
Frequented by Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, George Orwell and William Morris, Speakers' Corner in the northeastern corner of Hyde Park is...
A convent was established here in 1903, close to the site of the Tyburn Tree gallows. The crypt contains the relics of 105 martyrs,...
Salt Whisky Bar
Two hundred whiskies and bourbons and a sleek, dark-wood interior make this friendly bar and comfortable lounge a fab place for...
The original restaurant of the Maroush empire, this quaintly formal Lebanese restaurant serves meze dishes, pitta wraps, kebabs, felafel...
Lonely Planet review
A plaque on the traffic island at Marble Arch indicates the spot where the infamous Tyburn Tree, a three-legged gallows, once stood. An estimated 50,000 people were executed here between 1300 and 1783, many having been dragged from the Tower of London.