Discover some of the lesser-known gems in London with Blue Badge Guide David Drury including
- Alfred Hitchcock Mosaics – wonderful depictions of the great Director’s many cinematic masterpieces
- Postman’s Park- an oasis in the financial district with a touching memorial to those who gave their lives to save others
- Crystal Palace dinosaur sculptures – the area of London taking its name from the huge glass pavilion, home to the 1851 Great Exhibition
- Barbican Conservatory – a mini Kew gardens in the urban jungle of the largest arts centre in Europe
- St Dunstan’s in the East- one of many churches rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London and then victim of the Blitz during WW2, now a peaceful garden for City of London office workers
- Middle Temple Hall – one of the four Inns of Court home to the UK’s lawyers’ chambers, a spectacular 16th-century grand dining hall where Shakespeare performed to Queen Elizabeth I
and many more!!!
The Hidden London Virtual Tour – Discover London’s Lesser-Known Gems takes place at 7 pm on Wednesday, September 16.