The John Nash Building:
Magnificent Georgian town house with stunning rooftop views over central London. It has an impressive central staircase, opulent halls, several restaurants, basement bars as well as office spaces and a roof terrace.
Grade II listed Art Deco building with a marble entrance hall, modern classrooms, gymnasium and a roof terrace with views of Wembley Stadium. Available school holidays and weekends only.
Livery hall with plenty of ancillary rooms including offices and reception hall with large central courtyard and gardens.
A spectacular Grade I listed building in the heart of the City, featuring a grand, split staircase, stunning halls and opulent decor. There is also a residential apartment on the top floor.
A grade 2 listed hotel with a grand central staircase, check in booth, and large spaces with high ceilings, in an arrested state of decay. Period features throughout. Large windows overlooking the street and a Victorian central iron lift.
Crossness Pumping Station:
Crossness is a Grade 1 listed Victorian pumping station, showcasing original cast iron work and incredible industrial engineering. Whilst half of the pumping station has been restored to its former glory, the remaining half remains untouched, just as it was discovered. The location also features a more modern exhibition hall as well as beautiful exteriors.
Victorian museum with large surrounding gardens, offering a variety of spaces including a Victorian conservatory, modern pavillion, bandstand and also boasting views over London.
The United Kingdom's leading maritime museum. Situated in Greenwich, the museum contains 10 galleries and a vast collection of artwork, maps, charts and memorabilia.
A dry-docked British clipper ship situated at the river's edge in Greenwich.
A collection of esteemed museums encompassing the expansive and photogenic Greenwich Park. The collection consists of a Royal Observatory, a former royal residence, a historic dry-docked ship and the UK's leading maritime museum.