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Westminster Abbey Museum
Westminster Abbey Museum

Westminster Abbey Museum, 20 Deans Yard, London, SW1P 3PA

1.03km

Royal and other funeral effigies, religious artefactsRead more

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Part of Westminster Abbey

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry
Library and Museum of Freemasonry

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ

1.24km

Library, artefacts and regalia of FreemasonryRead more

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St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD

2.15km

Anglican cathedral with religious art, sculpture, architecture, tombs, decorative artsRead more

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Wesley's Chapel
Wesley's Chapel, Museum of Methodism and John Wesley's House

Wesley's Chapel, 49 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AU

2.83km

History of Methodism from its founding by John Wesley to the presentRead more

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All Hallows-by-the-Tower
All Hallows-by-the-Tower Crypt Museum

All Hallows-by-the-Tower, Byward Street, London, EC3R 5BJ

2.92km

Saxon-period Anglican church, museum of church's history, including Roman and Saxon artefacts, historic religious...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Mark Lemon Blue Plaque - Mark Lemon co-founder and first editor of "Punch" lived in this house 1817 to 1823
Parish Lock-up, Hampstead Black Plaque - Parish lock-up About 1730, this lock-up was built into the garden wall of Canon Hall, where local magistrates held court. Prisoners were kept in this dark single cell until more lasting arrangements could be made for them. Soon after the formation of the police force in 1829, business was transferred to the Watch House in Holly Walk. This lock-up is one of the very few left in London and is a D.O.E. listed building of historic interest.
Roger Fenton Blue Plaque - Roger Fenton 1819-1869 photographer lived here
Thomas John Barnardo Blue Plaque - Doctor Barnardo 1845-1905 began his work for children in a building on this site in 1866
Jeremy Feakes Blue Plaque - Jeremy Feakes 1972-2007 Designer, entrepreneur and founder of The Urban Golf Tournament lived here
Brown Plaque № 11589 - Founded AD 1549 Rebuilt AD 1923  The Ship Tavern. This tavern was established in the year 1549. During the proscription of the Roman Catholic religion, it was used as a shelter for Priests and Services were held here secretly. The neighbourhood was once notorious for the gambling houses  of Whetstone Park.  Famous visitors have been Richard Penderell, who aided King Charles' escape, Bayford, shoemaker and antiquarian. The woman Chevalier d'Eon, who lived as a man, and Smeaton the builder of the

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