This monumental structure was built for the Prince Regent who later became King George IV. The Grade listed building was built for Royal residency and today stands a s a tourist attraction. It’s dome shaped roof and Oriental style structure is an attraction amongst tourists.
No doubt the summer is well under way and it seems like it is coming to an end but hey there are still plenty of places to visit and activities to get your hands on as a family or solo!
What makes the station stand out than others is that it is close to government offices, namely the Home office, National Audit office, HM Passport Office, Westminster City Hall, Department of International Trade, UK Government Investments and many more.
This was our way of getting as close to Wimbledon as possible. I embarked on a grand tour of the popular Wimbledon Museum on a freezing January morning with my blogger friend Janice Chung.
The streets are congested in London so children and teens sometimes travel in the dark and will need to be kept safe. But what can be done to keep them form danger?