Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Park
The 36-hectare Mile End Park is a long, narrow series of interconnected green spaces wedged between Burdett and Grove Rds and Regent’s...
Ragged School Museum
Both adults and children are inevitably charmed by this combination of mock Victorian schoolroom – with hard wooden benches and desks,...
Trinity Green Almshouses
The Palm, the quintessential East End pub on the Regent’s Canal, is loved by locals, students and trendies alike, with its comforting...
Queen Mary, University of London information
Lonely Planet review
A short distance to the west of Mile End Station is the campus of Queen Mary, University of London . It contains Novo Sephardic Cemetery, founded in 1733 by Spanish and Portuguese Jews. In the mid-1970s, when the college was expanding, some 7500 graves were emptied and the remains reburied in unmarked sites in Brentwood. These included the bones of the celebrated pugilist Daniel Mendoza.