Dr Samuel Johnson, the compiler of the first ever dictionary of the English language, lived here from 1748 to 1759. Opened to ... More
Dr Johnson's House
Dr Samuel Johnson, the compiler of the first ever dictionary of the English language, lived here from 1748 to 1759. Opened to the public for the first time in 1912, and having survived several near misses during the Blitz, Dr Johnson's House has been restored to its original condition, including paneled rooms, a pine staircase and a collection of period furniture, prints and portraits. The house is nestled in a maze of courtyards and passages that are reminiscent of historic London.
The 3 star Central House Hotel is conveniently situated in London for travelers looking for budget hotels for business or
holiday travel. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation, friendly hospitality and service together with value for money among economy hotels ...
Right across the street from the Natural History Museum is this spacious concrete building, erected in 1961 in memory of
Lord Baden Powell, founder of the Boy Scout movement. Throughout the year, thousands of scouts and guides visit the ...
Built in the mid 18th century for the first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of the late Diana, Princess of Wales,
Spencer House is the city's most ambitious aristocratic town house ever built and the only private palace from that ...