Regency Hot Spots: Wigley’s Royal Promenade Rooms

                      The Picture of London, for 1804, Etc The Picture of London for 1820 Wigley’s like many museums of the era, was devoted to exhibitions … Continue

Regency N(h)ot Spots: The Death of London’s Tea Gardens

A view of London, or, The stranger’s guide through the British Metropolis (1804) Tea gardens were commonly the domain of the middle class, largely within the grounds of a tavern or pub, and situated on … Continue