History hounds will love sniffing out this hidden relic of London’s eccentric past. The discovery of a ‘Roman’ bath under a lane off The Strand thrilled Victorian Londoners, who were enthusiastically taken in by the owner’s claims of rare antiquity. Historians now believe it dates from Stuart times and, almost forgotten, it is visible only through a basement window down an obscure alley. The fun is in the quest to discover a little known part of London’s story.
Mon—Fri by appointment only.
5 Strand Lane
020 7641 5264
Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card holders a discounted ticket and free audio guide (usually £5) on presentation of your card. Tickets discounted from £14.50 to £12.50 for adults, and from £9.50 to £8.50 for children/concessions. Bond in Motion is the official exhibition of James Bond […]
ESPA Life at Corinthia would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card Holders a 10% off on Spa treatments, nail salon and Daniel Galvin hair appointments Monday-Thursday.
Covent Garden Physio would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card Holders 10% discount on physio and sports massage appointments on Wednesdays. As well as physio we offer sports massage and Pilates. Our aim is to:- * Restore pain free movement and full function as soon as possible * Help you reach your full potential with […]
Please note: while the Courtauld is shut for refurbishment, the Courtauld Friends Membership still works for offers at Somerset House and more, find out more at the Courtauld Membership webpage.