London in the Rain

Old Spitalfields Market

If you’ve spent more than twenty minutes in London, you might have noticed that it’s prone to the odd rainy downpour. In fact as I write this, the conditions outside could best be described as ‘kayak-friendly’. With that in mind, I’ve assembled the below list of places to hide from the rain should the deluge sneak up on you, handily arranged by rough geographical location. Best of all, they’re all free! What to do in London when it rains North/Central London Sir John Soane’s museum Without wanting to get into the debates as to whether Holborn is in either North or Central London (it’s both for the purposes of this article), the Sir John Soane’s museum is oft-overlooked gem in London’s rich tradition of museums. Celebrating the life and interests of the 18th Century architect, the Soane museum was established as a museum by an act of parliament in 1833 ensuring that, as far as possible, the interior be kept as it was at the time of Sir John’s death in 1837. Of course, this would all be for nothing if the house itself was dull. Thankfully, it’s far from it. Through his interests in sculpture, architecture and the collection Keep reading this post...

The Best American Diners in London

Red Dog Saloon

Here at Eating London, we love an American Diner. With everything from Burgers and Buffalo Wings to French Toast and Ice Cream Floats on offer, eating out just doesn’t get better than this! But with so many tasty American Diners to be found, deciding which one to visit can be difficult. We thought that it Keep reading this post...

London’s best historical homes

Charles Dickens House Museum

We all know of London’s long-spanning history; there is visual evidence of this all around us. From the segments of Roman walls in the city to renowned tourist attractions like the Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament, history buffs are spoiled for choice when visiting London. For me, getting to Keep reading this post...

Join us on our East End Food Tour

Book Tour

Our 3.5 hour walking food tour takes you to some of our favourite restaurants and food stops in one of London’s most fascinating and offbeat neighborhoods- the East End. You’ll enjoy eight mouth-watering food tastings in restaurants, cafes and pubs that locals cherish but tourists rarely stumble upon. All the while you’ll get a behind-the-scenes taste of the East End’s unique history and culture – visiting hidden synagogues, meeting the colourful locals and getting to see some of the world’s most amazing street art. Experience the London you won’t find anywhere else, on an unforgettable tour that satisfies all of your senses!