1. Strawberry Hill House
Step into the pages of a storybook at Strawberry Hill House. Fall in love with the turreted white castle – complete with stained-glass windows and winding staircases.
2. Kew Gardens
3. Leadenhall Market
4. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
Find tranquillity in the gardens of BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – a Hindu temple in north-west London. Learn about Hinduism while marvelling at exquisite workmanship.
5. London Coliseum
6. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Have sweet dreams of fairies, princesses and magical doings, inspired by the stunning staircase of the five-star St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.
7. Dalloway Terrace
8. Tower Bridge
Cross into the land of fairytales as you stroll along London’s iconic landmark. Wait to watch Tower Bridge lift as boats pass through on their way to far-flung adventures.
9. Queen of Hoxton
10. Coach & Horses
11. Backyard Cinema
12. Tower of London
Explore the Tower of London and be treated to thrilling and bloody tales from the legendary Yeomen Warders, known as Beefeaters. London’s famous castle is also home to the sparkling crown jewels.
13. Woolwich Town Hall
Discover the incredibly pretty Woolwich Town Hall in south-east London. The pink walls and marble floors conjure images of charming balls.
14. St Dunstan in the East
15. Hall Place
Dress up in Tudor outfits, linger in the rose garden and admire the splendour of the courtyard at Hall Place, a country house built in 1537 that retains many original features.
16. Soho Square
Wander the streets of Soho for long enough and you’re sure to stumble across Soho Square, starring a quaint mock-Tudor structure – one of the fanciest gardening huts in town.
17. Hampstead Heath
Don’t forget to leave a trail of breadcrumbs as you explore the ancient woodlands at Hampstead Heath. Find your way to the Hill Garden and Pergola for a dreamy photo stop.