Sightseeing Tours include these Places Of Interest

Tucked away in Rose Street at the back of London’s vibrant Covent Garden area is The Lamb and Flag pub, in a grade 2 listed building which has been  a pub since 1772.  Charles Dickens frequented  the pub in the 19th century and in the upstairs room  which once hosted bare knuckle prize fights there is now an excellent  restaurant. Both bars have a full selection of  Fullers  beers including London  Pride. One of London’s hidden treasures

The Lamb and Flag is well worth a visit.


The Plume of Feathers

Established in 1691 The Plume of  Feathers  is the oldest pub in Greenwich.  Overlooking Greenwich  park it features an excellent  restaurant as well  as a great range of beers.

19 Park Vista, London SE10 9LZ         Phone020 8858 1661


Goddards at Greenwich      22 King William Walk,  London,  SE10 9HU                   Tel No 020 8305 9612
Goddards started trading in Greenwich in 1890 and the shop is still run by the same family. When you enter Goddards you will be greeted by a warm welcome from friendly staff and served some of the best pie and mash in London in a traditional Victorian Pie and Mash shop.
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Casbah Records  320 to 322 Creek Street, Greenwich, SE10 9SW.
Tel No: 020 858 1964
Vintage record shop.  A fantastic selection of vintage and new music in the Centre of Greenwich a must visit for all serious music  fans

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The 2i’s Coffee Bar was a Coffeehouse on Old Compton Street in Soho, London, that was open from 1956 to 1970.  It was the birthplace of “Rock and Roll”.      


Sherlock Holmes Pub
As well as a bar and restaurant, the pub has a secret – a complete recreation of Holmes and Watson’s study and sitting room with a large collection of objects and photographs related to the characters from the books and adaptations.
10 Northumberland Street
St James’s
Greater London

United Kingdom

Tel  020 7930 2644

                         2 Violet Hill, St John’s Wood, London NW8 9EB20160922_141901

                         The famous Beatles collectors shop just round the corner from Abbey Road Recording Studios


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John Pester is a London-based watercolour artist offering a range of original paintings, limited and open edition giclee prints. Specialising in atmospheric London scenes, countryside landscapes and wildflowers.



Jack the Ripper Museum – 12 CABLE STREET, LONDON, E1 8JG Tel: 020 7488 9811

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Mayflower Pub Rotherhithe

Thames-side pub with small bar, upstairs restaurant and tables on wooden deck overlooking the river.
 Address: 117 Rotherhithe St, London SE16 4NF

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Seafresh Restaurant 80/81 Wilton Road SW1 1DL has been serving up excellent Fish and Chips since 1965.  Located very close to Victoria Station it is a favourite destination for Top Class Guides to take their clients who want to enjoy this traditional London meal in a comfortable friendly environment where they can relax with a beer, glass of wine or a good old English Cup of Tea.