London Canal Museum
Housed in a former ice warehouse at Kings Cross the waterways museum tells the history of London's canals from the lives of the workers to how canals work. The warehouse was built around 1862 for the famous ice cream maker Carlo Gatti so you can also learn about the history of ice cream and the ice trade.
Unveiled in October 2006 the Arsenal Museum is a great place to visit to see the many exhibits connected to Arsenals history that includes Charlie Georges FA Cup Final shirt from 1971.
Once the home of children's book writer's Charles and Mary Lamb. The famous ‘Tales from Shakespeare' being just one of the books written.
All Saints Church
The final resting place of Charles and Mary Lamb.
The historic Lauderdale House is an arts and education centre in Waterlow Park. The house was built in 1582 and as well as offering a full arts programme it can also be hired for private events such as parties and concerts.
Opened in 1839 Highgate Cemetery is the final resting place of many famous people such as the philosopher Karl Marx.