10 Downing Street
No. 10 Downing Street, with its famous black front door - the backdrop to many historical announcements, has been the official residence of Britain Prime Minister since 1732
Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington, is one of the capital's finest residences. Also known as 'Number One London', because it was the first house encountered
past the toll-gate into London from the countryside.
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Burgh House & Hampstead Local History Museum
Burgh House is a handsome Queen Anne house in the heart of Old Hampstead, with original panelled rooms and staircase, and wrought-iron gates.
Chenies Manor House
The semi-fortified brick Manor House was built by Sir John Cheyne about 1460. Sir John Russell (later the 1st Earl of Bedford) made additions in 1526, and it was his
Cobham Hall is an outstandingly beautiful red brick mansion dating from 1584, which demonstrates an exciting combination of Elizabethan, Jacobean, Carolean and 18th Century
In 1933 Stephen Courtauld - millionaire, war veteran and patron of the arts - looked to the suburb of Eltham as the setting for a breathtaking new home.
Hampton Court Palace
A magical history tour inside and out, with stunning State Apartments, a choice of six individual tours, costumed guides and 60 acres of spectacular riverside gardens including the
Keats House Museum
museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, documentation, exhibition and interpretation of the life and works of the poet John Keats.
Leighton House Art Gallery & Museum
Leighton House Museum is the former studio-house of the great Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896).
Linley Sambourne House
Linley Sambourne House, 18 Stafford Terrace is a unique example of a late Victorian townhouse.
Royal Mews The Royal Collection © 2002, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth
One of the finest working stables in existance, the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace provides a unique opportunity for visitors to see the work of the Royal Household.
Sutton House was built in 1535 and has since been home to marchants and clergy.