Secret Hidden Bits Of The West End
Head into the main portico building and turn right. Open to the public during normal daytime hours.
The building was once owned by Shell, hence the ‘Benzene’ pun.
You can find the gated mews just north of Phoenix Garden, off Charing Cross Road.
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Installed by artist Tim Fishlock as an homage to the seven noses of Soho
On the Beaumont Hotel. It’s designed by Antony Gormley
Could this be the origin of the phrase ‘by hook or by crook’?
This one’s in Holborn, but there are loads in Covent Garden, the City and elsewhere.
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Each advert is built from thousands of LEDs.
A medieval scene drawn by David Gentleman.
This recreation of Holmes’s study was originally built for the Festival of Britain in 1951, and can be visited for free during pub opening hours.
The Victoria Tower houses the Parliamentary Archives, including a temperature controlled room of Acts of Parliament inscribed on animal skins.
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