the most quirky and unusual things to do in London by a local that will blow your mind. From visiting Neal’s Yard, St. Dunstan in the East, God’s Own Junk Yard, Leake Street Tunnel and more hidden gems in London.
Leadenhall Market is a covered market in London, this beautifully designed Victorian marketplace and one of London’s oldest markets.
Looking for wacky things to do in London? Then head down to God’s Own Junkyard, it’s one of those quirky places in London.
Platform 9 ¾ was the first Harry Potter shop to be opened outside of a themed visitor attraction.
In 2008, Banksy held the first Cans Festival in the Leake Street Tunnel. This was a play on the famous French film festival.
Looking for artsy things to do in London? East London is home to some of the best street art in the world
Many visitors to London will miss out on some of the prettiest streets in London, by not exploring the hidden Mews streets.
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