Hampton Court Palace
+ 44 (0) 20 8781 9500
The country seat of Henry VIII is home to one of the most famous mazes in the world. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in London.
The Museum of Rugby
Tel: +44 (0)870 405 2001
The museum covers the whole of the global game, not just English rugby. It tells the history of the sport using interactive display techniques. The museum has a rolling programme of special exhibitions which cover topical issues.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8979 1586
Bermondsey Market is located on Tower Bridge Road in Bermondsey, South London, and deals primarily with antiques. Hours: 4am - 12 noon Friday.
Borough Market is located in The Borough, just south of London Bridge, and sells sundry food items. Hours Fruit wholesale 4am-8am Monday - Friday. Farmers' Market 12 noon - 5pm Friday, 10am - 4pm Saturday.
Brick Lane Market, known locally as "The Lane", located at the northern end of Brick Lane and along Cheshire Street in East London. It sells food and general "junk" goods.
Camden Lock Market, usually referred to simply as "Camden Market", is located beside Regent's Canal in Camden Town, North West London. It sells general goods, music, collectables, military-surplus, jewelry, incense and clothing.
Columbia Road market is a flower market located between Bethnal Green and Shoreditch in East London. Hours: 9am - 12noon Sunday.
Covent Garden Market, located in the West End, was originally a flower market. The original building is now a shopping and tourist area with some shops, and there is an indoor market containing stalls selling jewelry, speciality soaps, tourist souvenirs, etc.
Petticoat Lane Market is located on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street in East London, and sells clothing.
Portobello Road Market sells antiques, and is located in Notting Hill.