Top Architectural Pubs
- Tour at 11am Self-guided and can be completed at any time
- Tour at 11am Self-guided and can be completed at any time
George Inn, 77, Borough High Street, SE1
Historic galleried pub dating from 1676, grade 1 listed.
Lord Clyde, 27 Clenman Street, SE1 1ER
Rebuilt 1913 with good external faience and some original interiors.
Lord Nelson, 386 Old Kent Road, SE 15 5AA
Late Victorian, grade 2 listed with original glass and counter
Mayflower, 117 Rotherhithe Street, SE16 4NF
Historic riverside pub
Crown and Greyhound, 73 Dulwich Village, SE21 7BJ
Impressive large pub from 1900, some original interiors, grade 2 listed
Herne Tavern, 2, Forest Hill Road, SE22 0RR
Italianate Victorian pub with 1930’s interior.
Half Moon, 10, Half Moon Lane, SE24 9HU
Exuberant late Victorian pub, grade 2* listed, good interiors
Dulwich Wood House, 39, Sydenham Hill, SE26 6RS
Victorian country style pub near Crystal Palace (and adjacent to Six Pillars by Tecton)
Ivy House, 40, Stuart Road, SE15 3BE
Listed grade 2 1930s pub, the first in the country to be designated as an Asset of Community Value.
Falcon, 2, St Johns Hill, SW11 1TN
Exceptional 1890’s pub with excellent woodwork, glass and panelling. Grade 2 listed.
Duke of Devonshire, 39 Balham High Road, SW11 9AN
Victorian pub with good original interior fittings.
Kings Head, 84 Upper Tooting Road, SW17 7PB
Lavish late Victorian pub interior, grade 2 listed, by W M Brutton
Alma, 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF
Tiled exterior with good internal mirror work
Spread Eagle, 71 Wandsworth High Street, SW18 2PT
Impressive late Victorian pub with good interiors, grade 2 listed
Rose and Crown, 124 Church Street, CR0 1SE
Grade 2 listed mid Victorian pub with good interiors
Swan and Sugar Loaf, 1 Brighton Road, CR2 6AD
Dramatically designed for its location in 1896, unspoilt externally with some original fittings and with good 1920s glass and unusual seating.
Dog and Bull, 24 Surrey Street CR0 1RG
Grade 2 listed, mainly18th century but a pub location since the 15th century.
Wattenden Arms, Old Lodge Lane, CR8 5EU
200 year old pub, adjacent to an earlier and older thatched building, formerly the pub. Much frequented by aircrew during WW2 with many historic artefacts
The Green Dragon, 60 High St, Croydon CR0 1NA
A relaxed pub with award winning music
The Spread Eagle, 39-41 Katharine Street, Croydon, CR0 1NX
Built in 1893 and former bank building
Kings Head, 18 Merton High Street, SW19 1DH
Imposing pub rebuilt in 1931 with CAMRA listed interior. Good ceramics and panelling
Fox and Grapes, 9 Camp Road, SW19 4UR
Interesting pub on the edge of Wimbledon Common, with parts dating from 18th century but with Victorian and 1920s remodelling. CMARA listed interior.
Burn Bullock, 315 London Road, SW18 5JS
Dating from 16/17th century with 18th century main block and Victorian alterations. Grade 2 and CAMRA interior listed
Talbot, 2-4 Tyrwhitt Road, SE4 1QG
Victorian suburban local with good interiors and unspoilt exterior
Blythe Hill Tavern, 319 Stanstead Road, SE23 1JB
CAMRA listed interior
Royal Albert, 460 New Cross Road, SE14 6TJ
Exterior has original bow windows
Dog and Bell, Princes Street, SE8 3JD
Historic back street docklands pub
Kings Head, 65 Bexley High Street, DA5 1AA
Genuine historic pub in centre of Bexley, allegedly the home of the ‘Yard of Ale’.
Royal Oak, Mount Road, DA6 8JS
Weatherboarded pub, formerly the village stores dating from early 19th century and known locally as ‘Polly Clean Stairs’, grade 2 listed
Red Barn, Barnehurst Road, DA7 6HG
Classic 1930s pub exterior
Crook Log, Crook Log Road, DA6 8EQ
Early 20th century pub, rebuilt from a Georgian building, grade 2 listed
Crown, School Road, Chislehurst, BR7 5PQ
Imposing Victorian pub with unspoilt exterior
Partridge, 194 High Street, BR1 IHE
Formerly a bank with an interesting interior
Queens Head, 25 High Street, Downe, BR6 7US
Rural pub dating from 1565, close to Charles Darwin’s home.
Ramblers’ Rest, Mill Place, BR7 5ND
Attractive weather boarded pub, allegedly dating from 1684.
Railway Tavern, 45 East St, Bromley BR1 1QQ
Victorian pub with nice outside area
Kings Tun, 153-157 Clarence Road, KT1 IQT
Imposing town centre pub with elaborate brick and stone dressed exterior
Druids Head, 3 Market Place, KT1 1 JT
Originally 16th century, much altered but grade 2 listed.
Duke of Buckingham, 104 Villiers Street, KT1 3BB
Imposing bub with quality brick exterior
Commercial, 210-212 Railton Road, SE24 0JT
1938 rebuild of Victorian pub with interesting exterior, interior is CAMRA listed
Old Red Lion, 42-44 Kennington Park Road, SE11 4RS
Grade 2 listed Victorian pub with good interior fittings
Kings Arms, 25 Roupell Street, SE1 8TB
Traditional and attractive early Victorian pub in conservation area.
Priory Arms, 83 Lansdowne Way, SW8 2PB
Listed grade 2 Victorian pub
Tulse Hill Hotel, 150 Norwood Road, SE24 9AY
Imposing early Victorian pub with good brickwork and signage
Royal Oak, 355 Kennington Lane, SE11 5QY
Early Victorian pub with unspoilt 1840s interior
Ye Olde Red Lion, 17 Park Road, Cheam SM3 8QB
Country style grade 2 listed pub, originally 16/17th century. CAMRA listed interior
Dukes Head, 6 Manor Road, Wallington SM6 0AA
Attractive early 19th century pub, with partial 1930s remodelling, grade 2 listed.
CAMRA listed interior.
Sun, 4 North Street, SM 5 2HU
Attractive corner pub with unspoilt exterior and good interior fittings
Plume of Feathers, 19 Park Place, SE10 9LZ
Historic pub, part 17th century, adjacent to Greenwich Park
Park Tavern, 45 Passey Place SE9 5DA
Original Truman’s tiles and etched glass
Old Mill, 1 Old Mill Road, SE18 1QG
Formerly a windmill with grade 2 listed tower still existing
Bell, 151, Shooters Hill Road, SE18 3HP
Grade 2 listed pub built in 1881
Trafalgar, Park Row, SE10 9NW
Imposing riverside pub
Cutty Sark, 4-6 Ballast Quay, SE10 9PD
Historic early 19th century riverside pub
The Old Brewery, The Pepys Building, The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 9LW
Quirky hidden gem in the heart of the Old Royal Naval College, that was once the original home of Meantime brewery.
Builders Arms, 38 Field Lane, TW11 9AS
Edwardian pub with good external tile and brick exterior, with good original interior fittings. Interior is CAMRA listed
Kings Arms, Lion Gate, Hampton Court Road, KT8 9DD
Imposing Georgian hotel adjacent to Hampton Court Palace. Altered internally but some good Victorian fixtures. CAMRA interior and grade 2 listed.
White Swan, 26, Old Palace Lane, TW9 1PG
Traditional country style pub dating from 1780. Attractive exterior.
Red Lion, 2 Castlenau, SW13 9RU
Attractive 1835 bow fronted pub, rebuilt after a fire, close to the Barnes wildfowl centre
Hammersmith and Fulham
Dove, 19 Upper Mall, W6
Grade 2 listed, famous 18th century riverside pub, refronted in the 19th century, but with unspoilt interiors. Listed CAMRS interior
Hope and Anchor, 20 Macbeth Street, W6
Unspoilt 1930s pub with good original tiling, mirrors and panelling.
Queens Arms, 171 Greyhound Lane, W6 8NL
With a listed CAMRA interior, this is a 1960s time warp with rooms unchanged since 1967.
The Blue Anchor, 13 Lower Mall, Hammersmith, London W6 9DJ
Open space on the river, first licensed in 1772
Carpenter’s Arms, 91 Black Lion Ln, Hammersmith, London W6 9BG
Independent pub with a nice garden
Castle, 30 West Street, HA1 3EF
Built in 1901, this pub is grade 2 listed with unspoilt exterior and good interior features
Windemere, Windermere Avenue, HA9 8QT
Classis 1930s pub with art deco features, listed by CAMRA for its interiors.
The Junction, 9 Gayton Rd, Harrow HA1 2DH
Big traditional pub, good garden
Red Lion, Royal Lane, UB8 3QP
Large, stylish hotel based around a 16th century inn.
Swan and Bottle, Oxford Road, UB8 1LZ
Attractive inn by Grand Union Canal, originally 18th century.
Old Orchard, Park Lane, UB9 6HJ
Elegant country style pub with excellent views from terrace
The White Bear Pub, Ickenham Rd, Ruislip HA4 7DF
Express Tavern, 56 Kew Bridge Road, Brentford TW8
Dating from 1790 but with Victorian updating. CAMRA listed interior with much old character remaining.
Tabard, 2 Bath Road, Chiswick, W4
Grade 2 * listed, designed by Norman Shaw with William de Morgan tiles, original bar counter with good modern work in Arts and Crafts style. CAMRA listed interior
Green Man, Man Lane, TW14 0PZ
Attractive rural style pub surrounded by fields but close to Heathrow.
The Bell and Crown, 11-13 Thames Rd, Strand-on-the-Green, London W4 3PL
Part of the Fuller’s pub and restaurant
The Bell, 2 Staines Rd, Hounslow TW3 3JS
The Royal Oak, 95 High Street Harlesden, Harlesden, London NW10 4TS
Winner of best bar / pub in Willesden (TimeOut Awards) / really big, good food
Grand Junction Arms Acton Ln, Park Royal, London NW10 7AD
Barking and Dagenham
Thatched House, Ripple Rd, Barking IG11 9PG
East African pub
The Royal Oak, 201-203 Longbridge Rd, Barking IG11 8UF
Popular for games and karaoke
The Black Horse, 80 Wood St, Barnet EN5 4BW
Barnet Brewery located behind the pub – can go round the back and see it
Prince of Wales, Church Hill Rd, East Barnet, London, Barnet EN4 8TB
Typical British neighbourhood pub, big inside and outside area
The Arkley, Barnet Rd, Arkley, Barnet EN5 3EP
Airy contemporary pub with mediterranean flair
The Edinboro Castle, 57 Mornington Terrace, London NW1 7RU
Cool, comfy pub with big nice outside area
The Golden Lion, 88 Royal College St, London NW1 0TH
Old School saloon bar
City of London, Cousin Ln, London EC4R 3TE
Fuller’s pub and restaurant with exposed brick and high vaulted ceilings
The Blackfrier, 174 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4EG
Traditional pub with Henry Poole's Art Nouveau reliefs reflecting the friary that once stood there
The Grove, The Grove, Ealing, London W5 5QX
Nice outside and inside area with vintage furniture and exposed brick
Ealing Park Tavern, 222 S Ealing Rd, Ealing, London W5 4RL
Big outdoor and indoor space including a walled patio
Rose and Crown, 185 Clay Hill, Enfield EN2 9AJ
Grade II listed pub with nice outdoor space
Pub on the Park, 19 Martello St, Hackney, London E8 3PE
Traditional pub in a great London Fields location
Faltering Fullback, 19 Perth Rd, Stroud Green, London N4 3HB
Rambling pub with vintage posters and bric-a-brac decor
Old Dairy, 1-3 Crouch Hill, Stroud Green, London N4 4AP
On the border of Haringey and Islington, ornate Victorian dairy-turned-pub with glass vaulted ceiling and murals depicting milk farming
The Orange Tree, Havering-atte-Bower, Romford RM4 1PB
Popular spot with a nice garden
Kensington and Chelsea
The Churchill Arms, 119 Kensington Church St, Kensington, London W8 7LN
Flowery exterior filled with Churchill memorabilia