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London's Smallest Police Station is a tiny building that served as a proper station house, back in its day. Located in Trafalgar Square, this miniature police station has just about enough space for one policeman. It was a significant spot in the 1930s, when it was used to shoot rifles at protesters and violent mobs. Today however, it no longer functions as a police station, and is mostly used as a storage space for sweepers and cleaners.
Monument to the Unknown Artist was built by Greyworld in 2007 and is located near the Tate Modern Museum. Initially it looks like an ordinary bronze sculpture of a man with a neck scarf, black suit and a paint brush in his hand. But it is a blend of animatronic and fine art where it mimics your actions if you happen to stand nearby. Standing six meters (19.69 feet) tall, this interactive piece of art is indeed a great way to pose and click pictures that will be truly memorable.
London's Smallest House has seen a lot since its inception in 1805. Crammed between two buildings, this tiny house was nearly destroyed by bombs in 1941 and is now a part of the Tyburn Convent which is located nearby. It is more of an alley from the front door to the first floor and doesn't have much room for anything else except a small bathroom. Mr Lewis Grant Wallace was its only tenant.
Discover London as you have never before with Alternative London. Conceptualized by street artists, the vibrant tours are certainly off-beat but are worth every dime you pay. From walking tours, bike tours to pub tours, these guided exploration are fun and creative. The unique pay-what-you-want tours has found a fan following that is ever increasing and what you get to see is unique which you can't find anywhere else. So if you are looking for adventure and not the usual trip, then Alternative London is the best option for you.