Grave Top Grave-related places to visit in London.

Top Grave-related places to visit in London.

All great Londoners and some the naughty ones all end up pushing up the daisies somewhere, and the graveyards of London are packed to the rafters with the notorious, infamous and good. This theme can also include final resting places, sarcophagi, and othe


11. Poet's Corner @ Westminster Abbey
12. Robert Cocking's Fall to Earth @ St Margaret's Church, Lee Terrace, Lewisham
13. The Last Hanged Forger @ Saint Laurence Church, Cowley, Middlesex
14. Brunel's Grave @ Kensal Green Cemetary, Kensal Green
15. Royal Mint Black Death Cemetery @ East Smithfield, London
16. The Ubiquitous Undead Walk @ Junction Road, London
17. Lionel Lockyer's Monument @ Southwark Cathedral, London
18. Skull & Bones Graveyard @ Redcross Way, Southwark
19. Nunhead Cemetery @ Linden Grove, Nunhead, Southwark
20. The Necropolis Railway @ 121 Westminster Bridge Road
21. Brompton Cemetery @ Old Brompton Road, West Brompton
22. Sir Richard Burtons Bedouin Tomb @ St Mary Magdalen's RC Church, 61 Worple Way, Mor
23. West Norwood Cemetary @ Norwood Road, West Norwood
24. Ravens Graveyard @ Tower of London
25. Kensal Green Cemetery @ 385 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington
26. Tragic Pair shot by police @ 3 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith
27. Percy Lambert: Fastest Man @ Brompton Cemetary, Brompton, Kensington
28. Abney Park Cemetary @ Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington High Street
29. St Georges Burial Ground @ Albion Street, Bayswater, London
30. First Aborigine in Europe @ St John's Churchyard, Eltham
31. Highgate Cemetery @ Highgate
32. London's 9/11 Memorial @ Grosvenor Square, London
33. Tomb of Richard Pendrell @ St Giles in the Fields, Holborn, London
34. The Aeronaut of Holloway @ Highgate Cemetary East, Swain's Lane
35. Tower Hamlets Cemetery @ Tower Hamlets
36. Dulwich Picture Gallery @ Gallery Road, Dulwich, London