London is full of wonderful attractions that you probably already know a lot about. From the London Eye, the National History Museum, to the Tower Bridge – the capital’s attractions have become famous all over the world. That’s why we’ll be taking a look at some of the lesser known attractions in the city so that you have a far more unique experience of the capital as a whole – compared to other travellers.
The Horniman Museum
Unlike the modern contemporary museums in this city, this site is quite a niche, although interestingly enough, it’s been operating since the Victorian era. Fares from zone 1 by train cost £3.30 and the closest station to the museum is Forest Hill.
Just a short trip away from Northwood Hills Underground Station, the Lido is set on the edge of Ruislip Woods and features a 60-acre sand beach.
This marvel is an underrated must-see in the capital and captures the art-deco style of the 1930s elegantly. This venue can be found on Court Yard, and visitors have described as a beautiful garden. We also recommend the London Wetland Centre, which is focused on conserving wildlife and others from a sanctuary from the outside world.
London’s green spaces make it different
Whichever of these sites you visit, you’ll no doubt be surprised by the fact they can be found in this city. London is commonly promoted as this sprawling urban, cosmopolitan city. And it is that it’s also much more. With its various gardens and lush landscapes across the city, London is the city with the greatest amount of green space in the city.
So why not book your stay at the Park Grand London Paddington, and experience the best of both. Whether it’s at the Paddington Suites London has to offer or another, being in central London gives you the best of both. Great attractions around you and fantastic transport connections that enable you to get a bit further out from the centre of the city so that you can enjoy some of the most distant attractions. The ones we’ve mentioned will no doubt provide you with the complete London experience.