Unexplored Places In London1. St Dunstan’s in the East
2. The Tulip Staircase at The Queens House, Greenwich
3. The Vaults
4. Sir John Soane’s Museum
5. London’s Silver Vaults
6. The Churchill Arms
7. The Royal Exchange
8. Leadenhall Market
9. Postman’s Park
10. The Painted Hall.
Besides the main landmarks and attractions that the city is home to, there are many off-the-beat hidden places in London that you must visit. Tucked away in the historic corners of the city, are some of the most picturesque, yet unexplored places that don’t typically appear on the traditional tourist map of London. However, these places, such as the Leadenhall Market, The Churchill Arms, and more, offer visitors a more unique and local experience of the city.
With uniqueness these unexplored places in London, offer one of the most aesthetic and raw photographic backdrops. These include the St. Dunstan’s in the East, a medieval church from the 11th and 12th centuries, which was partially destroyed in WWII. Don’t forget to visit The Vaults, which are hidden underground tunnels located beneath the Waterloo Station in Central London. The Postman’s Park, which is home to George Frederic Watts Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice, are among other places that are hidden between this amazing city’s architecture.