A marvelous example of Rococo-style architecture, the House of St. Barnabas is an integral part of London's rich culture. Charles Dickens used this house as a blueprint for one of the characters' residence in his famous book 'A Tale of Two Cities', and the house has since been a very prominent tourist site in the city. The chapel of the house is exquisitely peaceful and also plays host to various cultural events. See the website for more information.
Attractions & Landmarks
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- Nearest Train: Tottenham Court Road