The moving story behind the Kindertransport statues at Liverpool Street Station.
Visit the Charles Dickens Museum in London and get an intimate look into the life of this celebrated writer whose works and iconic characters are still a huge influence on today's language and popular culture 150 years after his death.
Being nearly 2,000 years old, London's long history has clearly influenced the English language. How many of these English phrases and sayings about London history do you know?
Steeped in history and intrigue, Whitechapel might be one of London's most chronicled neighbourhoods. Formerly part of the infamous East End of London, Whitechapel has been home to several famous people. This article reveals the most notable Whitechapel figures and residents, from Jack the Ripper, to James Cook to Vladimir Lenin.
Being one of the oldest cities in the UK, London is home to numerous historical landmarks. Today we uncover the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in London, England. From former royal palaces to botanic gardens, discover the most outstanding London landmarks here.
Did you know that London was originally founded by Romans? Almost 2000 years later you can still find many historical Roman London sites scattered across ancient Londinium.
From the notorious Jack the Ripper murders to Jewish culture, here are 10 unique things to see in Shoreditch! Being part of the East End of London, Shoreditch is soaked in history. And if you know where to look, you'll find that the history of Shoreditch is literally written in its streets.