Some of London’s greatest hidden gems can be found on Google Street View. Sit down, relax, and browse some of the best hidden gems in London.

Postman’s Park

gained its name due to its popularity as a lunch spot with workers from the nearby old General Post Office in London. Now it’s home to the unique Watts memorial, a gallery of glazed tablets commemorating tragic acts of bravery. This corner of green space would be an even better kept secret it weren’t for Jude Law’s character visiting the park in the 2004 film Closer.

The Wallace Collection

In the heart of London, on Manchester Square, is the The Wallace Collection. The collection contains 25 galleries of incredible French paintings from the 1700’s. You can browse through the amazing venue on Street View or stop by and have a look yourself.

Kenwood House

Kenwood House, On the edge of London’s Hampstead Heath is one of London’s best kept secrets. Entry is free and apart from amazing interiors it also contains an incredible art collection.

Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios on 3 Abbey Road, St John’s Wood, London is famous for recording many artists, most notably The Beatles. Nearby is the famous Abbey Road crossing.