Lloyd’s of London
While the world’s leading insurance brokers are inside underwriting everything from astronauts’ lives to Mariah Carey's legs and Tom...
More commonly known as the Cheese Grater, the wedge-shaped Leadenhall Building is angled at 10 degrees and is the second-tallest tower...
20 Fenchurch St
The City's sixth-tallest building didn't get off to a good start when it opened in spring 2014. The in-your-face shape of the so-called...
With its counters and basement vaults, this award-winning pub certainly looks and feels comfortable in the former headquarters of...
Love, love, love this 'secret garden' cafe-restaurant-cum-bar on two levels filled with greenery (both real and faux) and picnic-table...
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Leadenhall Market information
A visit to this covered mall off Gracechurch St is a step back in time. There’s been a market on this site since the Roman era, but the architecture that survives is all cobblestones and late-19th-century Victorian ironwork. Leadenhall Market appears as Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and an optician's shop was used for the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron wizarding pub in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire .