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  • 1. Benjamin Franklin House

    Covent Garden

    This architecturally significant 1730 town house is the only surviving residence of American statesman, scientist, writer, and inventor Benjamin Franklin, who lived and worked here...Read More

  • 2. Covent Garden Piazza

    Covent Garden

    Once home to London's main flower market, where My Fair Lady's Eliza Doolittle peddled her blooms, the square around which Covent Garden pivots is known...Read More

  • 3. Somerset House

    Covent Garden

    This majestic former royal palace—rebuilt by Sir William Chambers (1723-96) during the reign of George III to house offices of the Navy Board—has been transformed...Read More

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  • 4. The Courtauld Gallery

    Covent Garden

    One of London's most beloved art collections, The Courtauld is to your right as you pass through the archway into the grounds of the beautifully...Read More

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  • 5. Leicester Square

    Covent Garden

    Looking at the neon of the major movie houses, the fast food outlets, and the casino and disco entrances, you'd never guess that this square...Read More

  • 6. London Transport Museum

    Covent Garden

    Housed in the old flower market at the southeast corner of Covent Garden, this fun museum is filled with highly impressive vehicle, poster, and photograph...Read More

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  • 7. St. Paul's Church

    Covent Garden

    If you want to commune with the spirits of Vivien Leigh, Noël Coward, Gracie Fields, and Charlie Chaplin, this is the place. Memorials to them...Read More

  • 8. The Adam Houses

    Covent Garden

    Only a few structures remain of what was once a regal riverfront row of houses on a 3-acre site, but such is their quality that...Read More

  • 9. Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

    Covent Garden

    This is London's best-known auditorium—popularly known simply as Drury Lane—and almost its largest. Since World War II, its forte has been musicals (from My Fair...Read More

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