Locked up in a room with a group of 3-5 people, you’ve got 60 minutes to fight through a maze of puzzles and mysteries and to open up the final exit door. Our escape game is ideal for team building, game enthusiasts, friends & families.
There’s nothing more exciting for a family historian than to find a document belonging or relating to one of their ancestors. With our extensive and ever growing collections, many more people are making these discoveries.
The Society of Genealogists was founded in 1911.
14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Set in the heart of Fitzrovia, famed for its writers and artists, Fitzroy House was built in 1791 shortly after development was undertaken of this area. The original interior and current exterior imitate the designs of Robert Adam, celebtated Georgian-period architect.
37 Fitzroy Street, London
The Jewel Tower dates back over 700 years and is an intriguing visitor attraction in the heart of Westminster. It was built around 1365 to house Edward III’s treasures and was known as the ‘King’s Privy Wardrobe’.
Abbingdon Street, Westminster
National Trust property: George Inn - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
The George Inn Yard, 77 Borough High Street, Southwark,
Addresses don’t come much grander than ’Number One London’, the popular name for Apsley House, one of the most interesting visitor attractions in London.
149 Picadilly, Hyde Park Corner
Set in the heart of Royal London at Hyde Park Corner, Wellington Arch is a landmark for Londoners and visitors alike and a great addition to a memorable day out in London. It was originally commissioned as a grand outer entrance to Buckingham Palace and moved to its present site in 1882.
Apsley Way, Hyde Park Corner
National Trust property: Carlyle’s House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
From 1818 to 1820 this was the home of the poet John Keats. Here he wrote some of his most famous poetry, including ’Ode to a Nightingale’. There is a regular programme of events for all ages. Groups welcome (max 30), please check the Keats House website for more details.
Keats House, Keats Grove, Hampstead
National Trust property: Sutton House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
2 and 4 Homerton High Street, Hackney,
National Trust property: Fenton House and Garden - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Hampstead Grove, Hampstead,
National Trust property: 2 Willow Road - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
From 1875, 18 Stafford Terrace was the home of Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne, his wife Marion, their two children and their live-in servants.
National Trust property: Lindsey House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
99/100 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea,
The Museum of Brands provides insight into how everyday lives have changed over the past 150 years through the evolution of consumer brands. The main feature is the Time Tunnel taking visitors on a journey of discovery from Victorian times to the present day.
111-117 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill
Discover Children’s Story Centre in Stratford, is a place where children aged 0-11 and their families can enjoy playing, learning and making up stories together.
Let your imagination soar on our indoor Story World, where you can take a trip on a special steam ship or climb a crow’s nest to the clouds.
383-387 High Street, Stratford
Ranger’s House is an elegant Georgian villa in Greenwich Park which houses The Wernher Collection, a remarkable collection of works of art amassed by diamond magnate Sir Julius Wernher (1850-1912).
Chesterfield Walk, Blackheath
Chiswick House is among the most glorious examples of 18th century British architecture and makes a fascinating day out in West London. The third Earl of Burlington, who designed this noble Roman-style Palladian villa, drew inspiration from his ‘grand tours’ of Italy.
Burlington Lane, Chiswick
Redbridge Drama Centre exists to give opportunities to create and watch drama. We believe that talent is universal and opportunity is not. Here, professional companies rub shoulders with school groups devising, inspiring and creating new work. We have weekly shows to suit a range of ages and tastes.
Churchfields, South Woodford,
Immerse yourself in 1930s Art Deco decadence at Eltham Palace, one of the most enchanting visitor attractions in London. Built by the wealthy Courtauld family next to the remains of Eltham Palace, childhood home of Henry VIII, it’s among the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in England.
National Trust property: Morden Hall Park - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road,
National Trust property: Eastbury Manor House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Eastbury Square, Barking,
Gala Bingo in Enfield is conveniently located in the retail park just off of the A10. One of the largest bingo halls in the country which pays out some fantastic prize money to our lucky customers.
A day out at Marble Hill is a real treat as this beautiful Palladian villa is set in 66 acres of outstanding riverside parkland near Richmond in West London.
Richmond Road, Twickenham
National Trust property: Ham House and Garden - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Ham Street, Ham, Richmond-upon-Thames,
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