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The Charles Dickens Museum in Bloomsbury is the only remaining London home of Charles Dickens and today, his beautiful Georgian terraced house attracts visitors from around the world. As a Museum, it holds the world’s most important collection relating to Dickens, who was not only a great novelist but also a tireless social campaigner.
Highgate Cemetery has some of the finest funerary architecture in England. It is a place of peace and contemplation where a romantic profusion of trees, memorials and wildlife flourish.
The world famous James Smith and Sons Umbrella Shop was founded in 1830 and is still owned and run as a family business.
The Mayflower is a hidden gem boasting great views over the river from both the outside jetty and upstairs restaurant.
London Transport Museum explores the story of London and its transport system over the last 200 years, highlighting the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800.
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