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TOP 10 LONDON SECRET ATTRACTIONS // Hidden Gems for Tourists


Top 10 Secret Attractions in London! Whether you're a tourist visiting London or even a local, looking to explore the city, this video will show you the hidden gems of London. I am not telling you to miss out on the typical London tourist attractions, but don't miss out on these amazing hidden gems! From someone living in London, these are my top 10 favourite secret attractions. //SOCIAL MEDIA: o Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/tourwithjoe //TOOLS & SERVICES: o Where to find my music: 🤍bensound.com o Where to find my pictures: 🤍pixabay.com o Images and Videos: 🤍canva.com o Additional music: 🤍epidemicsound.com //MY EQUIPMENT: o Sony ZV-1 Vlog Camera o Joby Goriila Tripod Please do like and subscribe to my channel! DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free content each week!

No one should be allowed to enter here!! (HIDDEN UNDERGROUND LONDON)


Wow what a crazy night with a most unusual ending! anyone hear the noise in London? Do you think we should notify the police about places like this? There is only 40 2020 EWF calendars available and finally we have EWF stickers!! only at 🤍 Before I start I want to say a massive thank you to the channel members and patreons, Without you guys the channel would now be dead! YouTube doesn't promote adventure / urban exploring channels so we do not make much money on YouTube. If you want to help fund our trips and continue bringing 2 videos a week then here are the links 🔥Patreon🔥 🤍 🔥Paypal🔥 cageddan24🤍gmail.com 🔥channel members🔥 🤍 ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️MERCHHERE⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️                              🤍ewfofficial.com Want to send me fan mail, haunted object or just something cool? ⬇️SEND TO⬇️ Exploring with Fighters PO Box 390 Leyland PR25 9FL SHARE SHARE SHARE LEAVE US A COMMENT AND IT COULD BE FEATURED IN OUR NEW "BEST COMMENTS OF THE MONTH" INTRO BECOME A PATREON? I FUND ALL MY OWN TRIPS AND EQUIPMENT BUT IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE HEAD OVER TO MY PATREON ACCOUNT. ALL MONEY RECEIVED WILL GO TOWARDS MORE TRIPS WHICH I WOULDN'T OF NORMALLY PLANNED MEANING MORE VIDEOS! ⬇️TO DONATE CLICK HERE⬇️ 🤍 HEAD OVER TO MY CHANNEL, SUBSCRIBE AND CLICK THE BELL SO YOU CAN BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO SEE MY WEEKLY UPLOADS ⬇️Dan Vlogs All⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Exploring with fighters⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Instagram⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Facebook⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Twitter⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Proving Demons⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Exploring with Matty⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Secret vault⬇️ 🤍 ⬇️Living it urban⬇️ 🤍 #london #undergroundlondon #exploringwithfighters

Hidden London Hangouts S5E21 - Elizabeth line: Bond Street, The Ultimate Preview


In the last episode of Series 5, the team visit the Elizabeth line station at Bond Street during construction and explore a magnificent cavernous station being built moments away from one of London's busiest shopping districts. Chris, Siddy and Alex discover details behind the scenes of construction not seen before on their explorations of the line. The team will return with Series 6 later this autumn. Sign up to our enewsletter to be the first to know about Hidden London news and get priority booking when new tours go on sale: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Be a Local London Tourist: Hidden Gems, London Secrets, Don't Miss These!


Follow us LIVE as we explore our home city of London and travel around the world! 👉 🤍 Told through the eyes of a London local, this video goes through some of the lesser known hotspots in London that you should check out if you have the time. This is a follow on from my last London Essential Guide. * CENTRAL HOTEL in London suggestion. Anywhere near here is great location. 👉 🤍 👉* For more London tours and activities: 🤍 All shot on iPhone. Mostly iPhone X and XS. For tips on how I film my videos: 🤍 Licensed Music in this video is from Artlist.io 👉* Get 2 Months Free from Artlist: 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Facebook: 👉 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Instagram: 👉 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Twitter: 👉 🤍 Links for the some of the places referenced in this video: Spitalfields Market: 🤍 Little Venice: 🤍 London Walks: 🤍 Southbank Market: 🤍 London Bridge City event Lists: 🤍 00:00 Intro 1:11 Spitalfields Modern Food Market 2:17 Little Venice Canal Walk 3:32 Best London Walking Tours 4:45 Best of the SouthBank 6:28 Kings Road Shopping 7:50 Hampstead Heath 9:15 British Museum 10:19 London Bridge Area #londonsightseeing #londonwalk #londonlife

The Secrets Of London| The Greatest Cities in the World | TRACKS


Griff Rhys Jones is visiting London in this episode of The Greatest Cities in the World - and he is discovering some hidden secrets above and underground of this diverse metropolis of the old world. British comedian Griff Rhys Jones visits six important metropolises of the world, including New York, London, Rome, Paris, Sydney and Hong Kong. He looks into oddities, traditions and hidden secrets, discovering what makes these cities the greatest in the world. Subscribe to see more full documentaries every week: 🤍 TRACKS publishes unique, unexpected and untold stories from across the world every week. From "The Greatest Cities in the World with Griff Rhys Jones" Facebook: 🤍 Content licensed from DRG to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

10 Secret Hidden Places In London | The Best Hidden Tourist Spots In London | Traveltastic


Welcome back to another video and in this video, I'm going to share with you my favorite 10 secret places in London. Hopefully, you'll enjoy the video let's see the entire video to know about the best-hidden tourist spots in London. Subscribe to my channel to get more updates: 🤍 London is a big place but not many parts of it are unknown but we've found some awesome hidden secret places in the city and they're awesome. Some of the best-hidden and secret places in London that most people don't know the location that I'm going to share with you and no maps or travel groups will take you to the interesting hidden places scattered across London. Although London's scenery may be limited to Hyde Park. Most of the tourist press to the city like bees for the urban oasis food, unique architecture, and history but now you're going to know these stunning discreet spots. Hyde Park is a Grade I-listed major park in Central London. It is the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace. John Snow is considered one of the founders of modern epidemiology, in part because of his work in tracing the source of a cholera outbreak in Soho, London, in 1854, which he curtailed by removing the handle of a water pump. St Sepulchre is named in the nursery rhyme Oranges and Lemons. The Lord above has mercy on your souls. Past twelve o'clock! Given its proximity to both Newgate Prison and the Old Bailey, the bells in its tower, in addition to the usual functions of marking time, were rung to announce executions. Little Venice is a district in West London, England, around the junction of the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal, the Regent's Canal, and the entrance to Paddington Basin. The junction forms a triangular shape basin. It is a charming and quirky area located in the popular residential area of Maida Vale in North London. Dennis Severs' House in Folgate Street, London is a "still-life drama" created by the previous owner Dennis Severs as a "historical imagination" of what life would have been like inside for a family of Huguenot silk weavers. The Royal Exchange is a grade II listed building in Manchester, England. It is located in the city center on the land bounded by St Ann's Square, Exchange Street, Market Street, Cross Street, and Old Bank Street. The complex includes the Royal Exchange Theatre and the Royal Exchange Shopping Centre. Chislehurst Caves are a series of intersecting man-made tunnels and caverns covering some 22 miles in Chislehurst in southeast London, England. From the mid-13th to early 19th centuries the 'caves' were created from the mining of flint and lime-burning chalk. Once nothing more than a barren wasteland between two railway lines, the Nomadic Community Gardens have been touted as one of London's most impressive, yet relatively unknown, attractions. A plethora of street art covers the garden areas and buildings constructed of found materials. Kyoto Garden is the garden with colorful plants, shrubs, and water features, created by an eminent Japanese designer. It is always going to be there to bring a bit of zen to your life. It's free to enter, so we suggest you lucky west Londoners visit as often as you can, whenever you need five minutes of peace. If you love to travel and want to visit In London so these 10 secret places are awesome to go so watch the video till the very end and know all about these best places. Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy this video so please subscribe to our channel and press the bell icon to get the latest update. Share my videos with your nearest ones who find this type of travel video and love to travel. Leave a comment below what do you think and if you have any questions regarding this video. Subscribe to my channel to get more updates: 🤍 Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 #TravelVlog #BestPlaceToTravel #MostSceretPlacesToVisitInLondon #AmazingPlaceToTravel #BestPLaceToVisitInLondon #TravelVideo #MostBeautifulPlaceToTravel #BeautifulPlaceInLondon

Hidden London Hangouts S5E1 - King's Cross St Pancras


The Hangouts team return for a new series with a visit to one of the oldest stations on the Underground, to discover a wealth of disused and reused hidden spaces. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

For Sale: a hidden house with three courtyards in east London


When Charles Wu, a director at architecture studio Polysmiths, came to build his contemporary three-bedroom home during the pandemic, he faced a problem: conventional building materials, including concrete and plasterboard, were in short supply. Charles consequently seized the chance to work with more natural alternatives, including Douglas fir and cork. As the house comes on the market, Charles marvels at the magic of its fabric in our Open House film. Check out the sales listing here: 🤍 Want to see more from The Modern House? Subscribe here: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Best interiors Instagram accounts (Vogue) Best homes accounts (Guardian) Ultimate interiors accounts (Telegraph) Selling design-led homes in the UK: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍

Hidden London Hangouts S5E19 - City Road


The team (minus Siddy) visit City Road, between Angel and Old Street, which had a very short life as a working station but has served the community in different ways throughout the years. Book a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Cool Areas to Visit in London (That You've Never Heard Of)


Forget London Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square... those areas are super-touristy, crowded, and don't show the character of London. In this video I'm taking you to three areas in London where Londoners enjoy spending time, and that show you the side of the city that is full of character and diverse. More London travel guides: Where to Vintage Shop in London: 🤍 When do you tip in London?: 🤍 How to Bike in London: 🤍 Shop all of our London travel guides in the Love and London shop: 🤍 Want to know where the best locally loved London spots are? Check out our Casual Tourist Guides: 🤍 I give you all of my top recommendations for each part of London. Includes a digital map for your phone and printable checklist! Daily London-y stuff on Instagram: 🤍 Free London 101 Guide for first-time London visitors: 🤍 Your first 3 days in London, completely planned for you: 🤍 All of my best London recommendations are in The Local Guide to London: 🤍 London resources (airport transfers, SIM cards, etc.): 🤍 How to say thanks for the free advice: 🤍

Top 10 Local Gems to Visit with 3 Days in London


There's a LOT to do in London, and the thing is that the spots that I think visitors should definitely check out are usually ones that they haven't heard of. Sure, you know of Sketch, Dishoom, Peggy Porschen... but so does everyone else... for better or for worse. If you'd like to dig deeper into the Londoner culture and discover some spots that are off-the-beaten-path but very much worth visiting, then watch this video. The beautiful thing is that they can all be visited with just three days in London if you plan accordingly. All of the places mentioned in this video are my 3-Day London Itinerary 2020, so if you want to hit them all, I've already planned it out for you, saving you hours of research time. There are also a ton of other hidden gems included, all in between seeing some the London classics. Find out more: 🤍 Free London 101 Guide for first-time London visitors: 🤍 Daily London-y stuff on Instagram: 🤍 London resources (airport transfers, SIM cards, etc.): 🤍 How to say thanks for the free advice: 🤍 About Love and London: I'm Jess, I've lived in London for many years, and this channel is a London travel guide for anyone visiting the city that wants to experience it like you live here. Beyond talking about the usual London attractions, I show you some of the cooler things to do in London, that most travel guides don't mention. Watch my videos and you'll feel like you've got a Londoner friend telling you the best kept secrets in the city.

Hidden London Hangouts S5E18 - Stockwell


Chris and Siddy visit Stockwell to explore the hidden layers of a station that's changed many times since it was first built in 1890. Along the way the team discover original station passages, tiling, a lift shaft, ventilation chambers and even the disused entrance to a deep-level shelter. Book a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

London's Secret Underground - The Hidden Vaults


In today's video we visit a part of London that's hidden deep underground. These where originally built for the purposes of coal storage. This s part one of a two part series. Stay tuned for when we go even deeper underground. CHECK OUT THE SUBEX STORE! 🤍 SubExploration Social Media Links! Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Flickr - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Website - 🤍 Music: Intro: Finger Music - Ultra 🤍

【London】Secret streets of London 【Secret】


Jonathan introduces secret streets of London. Please look for the secret places. We also do Instagram, Please follow us ! as well Youtube channel. Jonathan → maurice.mcdonnell.7 Masa → masataro2018 Thank you ! 💞

UNSEEN LONDON Walk | Hidden London Gems | OLD LONDON


How many times you heard this phrase ? "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford " So stay tuned as we will pass the famous house of dr Samuel Johnson quoted in his book . We will explore old streets, narrow allies and Cobblestone roads . UNSEEN LONDON or HIDDEN LONDON GEMS call it as you wish ! Date and Time: 20 December around 3pm Video Type: Walking Tours Location: London Streets Camera: GoPro 7 Black Gimbal: Feiyutech G6 Subscribe: 🤍 Donate: 🤍 #HIDDENLONDON #UNSEENLONDON #LONDON #LADmob

Hidden London Hangouts S5E20 - West Ashfield


Alex and Chris explore an Underground station closed to the public, West Ashfield, as they take you inside London Underground's training facility at Ashfield House. They also take a lesson in signalling with model trains in the Signalling School and get aboard the cab of an S stock train simulator. Sign up to our enewsletter to be the first to know about Hidden London news and get priority booking when new tours go on sale: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Hidden London Hangouts S5E15 - South Kensington


In this episode, the team are reunited at South Kensington station for a unique opportunity to explore the former lift shafts during the period of closure for escalator replacement works. They discover gardens, beautiful original tiles and forgotten posters and explore passageways once intended for a deep-level express District line. Book on a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Hidden London Hangouts S3E23 - Hampstead


This week the team visit the deepest station on the London Underground and go behind the scenes to uncover surprising hidden features. The team are Covid tested before filming and follow local and workplace restrictions. The team are authorised to visit all locations. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: ​🤍 Book on to a Hidden London virtual tour or walking tour: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

10 of London's best secret attractions | Top Tens | Time Out London


Looking for something alternative to do on the weekend? Check out these super-secret London attractions. But shh, don’t tell anyone. To find more secret activities in London, check out 🤍

Hidden London Hangouts S5E17 - Charing Cross: Making the station tour


The team revisit Charing Cross station to share some of the disused spaces that can be seen on our Hidden London tour. They reveal some of the things that make this popular tour possible and the work that needs to be done to safely take visitors behind the scenes. Book a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Hidden London Hangouts S5E12 - Bank Project Update and King William Street


The team return to Bank/ Monument station to see the new southbound Northern line platforms just days before they open to passengers. Chris, Siddy and Laura visit as guests of Programme Delivery Manager Iain Smith and access all areas - including the legendary King William Street disused station! With special thanks to Ian Smith and Mmoloki Chrystie. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Hidden London Hangouts S5E10 - Shepherd's Bush


In this episode the team explore behind the scenes of the original western terminus of the Central London Railway - Shepherd's Bush. Join Chris, Siddy and Alex as they discover a maze of spaces from the original Victorian passageways and lift shafts and find out what they are used for today. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Inside abandoned Aldwych station | City Secrets | Time Out


Aldwych tube station (formerly Strand) opened in 1907. It was used as a shelter during the Blitz, and more recently as a film location after its closure in 1994. Time Out got a bit of a peek into the secret tunnels and platforms of the station.



Where are the best hidden London pubs? If you're visiting London, don't take the chance of of missing some of the best places to drink. This video has advice for London from a beer lover and lifelong Londoner! These inside London tips are essential for anyone going to London who doesn't want to miss its secret pubs. For monthly emails of what not to miss in London: 🤍 Links mentioned are: The Ship Tavern Holborn 🤍 The Holly Bush Pub Hampstead Review 🤍 A London Pub Crawl with Hollywood History 🤍 10 Tips for Visiting London Pubs 🤍 The blog also features a 'Guide to London for Visitors' with tips and strategies for planning your first London visit. 🤍 I am a Florida expat living in London. Subscribe to this channel for regular news and updates about London. You will learn advice for visiting London and things to do in London like events, attractions, hotels, restaurants, pubs, afternoon teas and more! SOCIAL: TWITTER: 🤍sunny_in_london FACEBOOK: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: SECRET Things to Do in Covent Garden" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

3 Secret London Places - Unusual & Historic


All around London there are secret places for you and your families to discover, some of these are over 800 years old and standing in the middle of the street! These places are seen everyday by locals but so many don't know what they are! We'll share these with you and tell you more. 0:00 Welcome 0:17 Place 1 - Over 800 years old in the street 2:10 Place 2 - On the Thames 3:14 Place 3 - Fog in Mayfair We hope you enjoyed this video. Have you been here before or do you have your own hidden little treasure in London you’d like to share? If so please let us know in the comments below. We are London Visited, helping you to enjoy London more, through our videos and tips, either as a new visitor or as a fan of London! Join us on our website London Visited (🤍) for more information pictures and details about our channel. Please remember to like & share our video with your friends and we would love you to subscribe to our channel, where we upload a new video each week, all featuring this great City. Whether you live nearby, are planning on visited for a holiday, have visited before or just love London we hope you enjoy our channel. If you are coming to London and want any advice or help with things to do or places to see then please email Steve direct at londonvisted🤍gmail.com We can also be contacted on the following: Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍 Also, don’t forget we now publish a weekly podcast that goes deeper into some of the places that we have featured on this YouTube channel. It is available for free on all good podcast apps, including iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify & TuneIn – alternatively please see the link below: 🤍 Please find a link below to some of our London Visited merchandise: 🤍 Products and gear used to make this video & podcast: Phone – Samsung Galaxy S9+ - 🤍 Tripod – Joby GripTight ONE GP Tripod Stand with Phone Holder - 🤍 Camera – Nikon D5300 18-105 mm VR Kit in Black - 🤍 Lapel Microphone - 3M Cable Lavalier Lapel Microphone, - 🤍 Veksun Video Microphone - 🤍 Programs Used to make this video & podcast: Audio Software – Audacity - 🤍 Video Edit Software – Kinemaster for mobile editing - 🤍 *Amazon Links are Affiliate* Music John Stockton Slow Drag by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Thanks for watching and please do subscribe for more videos each week on our channel.

Discovering Hidden London with Tim Dunn and Chris Nix


On 11 November 2019, our Assistant Director Chris Nix took transport historian Tim Dunn on an exclusive after-hours tour of Hidden London: the Exhibition, uncovering the secrets that lurk beneath our busy streets. The exhibition is open in our Global Gallery. Free with Museum admission. 🤍 More videos about the Hidden London programme: 🤍 🤍

Hidden Gems London Walking Tour | That London Life


Take a historical tour of the City of London, from Bank Station to Tower Hill. Find out amazing facts about London's history that you would otherwise miss! Get More Walking Tours – Subscribe ☞ youtube.com/channel/UChBE_1uNIJp7gyNtlQFEUlw?sub_confirmation=1 London Bridge video: 🤍 Camerawoman Nadya's Channel: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I'm adding English subtitles to all my videos, but I would love help translating them into other languages to make these videos more accessible to others! If you would be willing to help me, please email eleanaclairetv🤍gmail.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - F I N D M E H E R E Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

This Hidden London Restaurant Reveals A Prohibition-Era Speakeasy | Secret Eats With Adam Richman


Adam is in London, England to discover some of the secret delicacies this famous city has to offer, including Evans & Peel, a speakeasy restaurant masquerading as a private detective service and STAX, which serves the dessert you have to dance for. 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Food Network shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Food Network UK for more great clips: 🤍 Like Food Network UK on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Food Network UK on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Food Network UK on Instagram:🤍 Visit our website: 🤍

London's Narrowest Alley (And Its Hidden Dark Past)


Brydges Place, which runs along the western edge of Covent Garden, is widely regarded to be London’s narrowest alleyway. In this video, I’ll be exploring this strange little route…. and looking into the tragic stories it hides. Thank you so much for stopping by to watch this video. I was recently named a YouTube ‘Creator on the Rise’ which meant the robslondon channel was placed on the trending page for 24 hours! I simply could not have done this without all of you; the support and kind words I’ve received over the past year have been truly heartwarming, and they’ve really spurred me on to keep producing content. So thank you again, to all of you. This achievement is ours to share! If you haven’t yet subscribed, I’d appreciate it very much if you could please consider doing so as this will ensure you don’t miss out on any future content, as well as helping the channel to grow. And don’t forget to click the bell icon too to receive a notification whenever I publish a new video! If you missed my previous video, which looked at London’s quirkiest railways- including the London Coliseum’s little internal train- then you can watch it here: 🤍 My Etsy Store (robsonlinedesigns): 🤍 My website: 🤍 - Other links related to this video: St Martin-in-the-Fields Church: 🤍 The London Coliseum Theatre: 🤍 The Lemon Tree Pub, Covent Garden: 🤍 - Music used in this video: Scary Horror Music (Ross Bugden) 🤍 Hidden Agent (Kevin MacLeod) 🤍 Comfortable Mystery, Part 1 (Kevin MacLeod) 🤍 Jazz Piano Bar (Doug Maxwell & Media Right Productions) 🤍 - Illustrations by Robert Lordan. Thanks again for watching fiends. Stay well, and please be sure to stay tuned!

Hidden London Hangouts S5E13 - Elizabeth line: The ultimate premiere


In this episode the team travel against the clock on a new Elizabeth line train with some of the design team Paul Marchant, Emma Sewell and Harriet Wallace. They are joined in the studio by special guest Mark Wild for a unique insight into the delivery of the new line. Shop our Elizabeth line range: 🤍 Book on a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Explore the Elizabeth line in our collection: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Deep Tunnels Under Central London - EXCLUSIVE LOOK!!


200 feet under central London lies a maze of corridors and rooms built in ww2 originally to shelter the public during ww2. Join us on this adventure deep under London. Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: 🤍 - Support us on - ► 🤍 Music & Sound FX: 🤍 🤍 🤍 IKS: 🤍 🤍 IKS Chris Instagram: 🤍 No.1 Fan: 🤍 IKS Ben: 🤍 IKS Steve: 🤍 More IKS Exploration: Massive WW2 Bunker Chatham 🤍 RAF Bunker Site 1 🤍 RAF Bunker Site 2 🤍 #IKS #History #Documentaries

Top 4 Hidden Gems In London


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Secret City 1: LONDON CALLING Walkthrough


#SecretCity #LondonCalling #walkthrough #DominiGames Secret City 1: LONDON CALLING You have been called in by your Lakrian friend Sakir to the Secret City beneath London’s surface to solve different find objects games and investigate a series of strange murders that threatens to break the centuries-old peace between the races of Lakrians, Dwarves and blue-skinned giants Yotuns...

Hidden London Hangouts S5E14 - Elizabeth line opening day special


In this episode, the team are joined by Museum Director Sam Mullins to explore the Elizabeth line on its opening day (24 May 2022). Along the way they meet fans and talk to TfL Commissioner Andy Byford, Crossrail CEO Mark Wild, MD of London Underground Andy Lord and MD of MTR Nigel Holness. They visit Abbey Wood and Custom House and make a special purchase at Paddington. Shop our Elizabeth line range: 🤍 Book on a Hidden London tour: 🤍 Explore the Elizabeth line in our collection: 🤍 Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

10 Places to visit in London + Hidden Gems [2021]


As lockdown eases and travel resumes, exploring London should be top of your bucket list for 2021. I visit London regularly and have come to know this city like the back of my hand. There are some amazing places to visit in London, both well-known and some hidden gems. In this vlog I visit: - Little Venice - Notting Hill - Columbia Road Flower Market - Portobello Road - Canary Wharf - Greenwich - Central London - Brick Lane - South Kensington - Covent Garden Watch this vlog for TOP TIPS on what to do in London in 2021... #london #londonvlog #thingstodoinlondon - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUBSCRIBE TO NEVER MISS AN EPISODE: 🤍 Explore more of the world with me by subscribing and checking out my other channels. + Website — 🤍 + Email List — 🤍 + Instagram — 🤍 + Facebook — 🤍 + Twitter — 🤍 + Pinterest — 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Where I get my incredible music from: 🤍 (There’s some amazing music for your travel videos) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Hi, my name is Sophie and I am a photographer, travel writer and now travel filmmaker from the UK. I am a brunch-loving traveller with a passion for unique experiences and you will usually find me outdoors with a camera in my hand. Thank you for joining this amazing community of 50,000 like-minded travellers all over the world. I want to inspire others to go and explore, take risks and head out on your own adventure around the world. PR and press inquiry: sophiessuitcase🤍outlook.com

Hidden London Hangouts S2E9 - Ghost stations


Things get spooky in this Halloween special where the team explore haunted Underground stations. Catch up with previous episodes: 🤍 Book tickets for our new Hidden London virtual tours: 🤍 Visit Hidden London: the Exhibition 🤍

Hidden London Hangouts S5E11 - Oval


In this episode, the Hangouts team go in to bat at Oval, exploring behind the scenes of the original City and South London Railway station. They discover fabulous tilework and artwork with links to the nearby cricket ground. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

Hidden London Hangouts S3E22 - Swiss Cottage


Follow the team behind the scenes at Swiss Cottage station. The team are Covid tested before filming and follow local and workplace restrictions. The team are authorised to visit all locations. Become a Hidden London Patreon member to access exclusive extra digital content and live events with the team: ​🤍 Book on to a Hidden London virtual tour or walking tour: 🤍 Follow the Museum and the team on Instagram: 🤍ltmuseum 🤍alexgrundon 🤍siddyholloway 🤍ciphernorthsix 🤍hiddenlondonlau

World of Mysteries - Hidden City of London


Subscribe to Naked Science - 🤍 London, Europe’s biggest and busiest metropolis, visited by 28 million tourists every year. They come for history, culture, and entertainment, but behind the glamour of the bright lights lies a concealed sinister city that most travellers don’t get to see. This is the Hidden City of London. London is a city rich in history, but you won’t see it all from a double decker bus. In this programme we explore a secret subterranean world. We hunt for ghosts of centuries past, and unravel the most famous English mystery of all, Jack the Ripper. In 1888, Jack the Ripper was the most feared name in London. The Ripper preyed upon prostitutes of the East End, in just ten weeks he savagely murdered five women, but to this day his true identity remains a mystery. In Victorian England the East End of London was a gloomy network of narrow cobbled streets shrouded in thick smog, life here was hard. Each year on November 5th hundreds of bonfires burn across the city as millions celebrate Guy Fawkes Night. Guy Fawkes was a seventeenth century terrorist captured trying to blow up the Houses of Parliament with two tonnes of gunpowder. Fawkes was imprisoned in one of the most brutal and terrifying places of all, the Tower of London. The West End is the Broadway of Europe. This is theatre land with over 40 playhouses in a single square mile. The Theatre Royal at Drury Lane is hundreds of years old, and seats 2500 theatre goers, both living, and dead. Mark Fox has been at the theatre since 1992, he claims to know of at least three ghosts that haunt the building, and he has a possible explanation for one of them. In search of London’s darker mysteries we sail up the River Thames to one of the most glorious palaces in England. Hampton Court represents 500 years of royal history, and with it, countless hauntings. Westminster, in the heart of London is Britain’s political hub and home to matters of vital national security, but these buildings were not built to withstand the impact of the Blitz of World War II. Instead Winston Churchill’s war cabinet held their meets at a top secret location below ground. Now a museum, the Churchill War Rooms have been left exactly as they were when they were abandoned in 1945. “Hidden City of London”, is a documentary, from the “World of Mysteries” series.

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