Tourists visiting London and even residents, forget that there are historic remains that may not be visible on the London map. The Tower of London is impressive but we have a few examples that there is more to this City than London Zoo or London Bridge.
Tucked away on Cannon Street there’s a stone which dates back to over 2,000 years, when London was known as ‘Londinium’ - http://www.walklondon.com/london-attractions/london-stone.htm
The Cabinet War rooms are left exactly as they were when someone switched off the light in 1945 when the Second World War ended - http://www.iwm.org.uk/exhibitions/churchill-war-rooms/cabinet-war-rooms
Instead of heading to Topshop in Oxford Circus, check out the best thrift store in London - http://www.theeastendthriftstore.com/
Alehouse turned Music Hall, Wilton’s still has all its original features: http://wiltons.org.uk/text.php?p=241