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Severndroog Castle, London
(4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • I can see an lovely view of London every time I drive over Shooters Hill but this restored building gives an uncluttered view over the whole of London. It's staffed by cheery volunteers who add to the...  more »
  • What a quaint little place, not knowing it was here I was going up through the nearby woods off shooters hill and in the middle of the woods with views over an ornimental garden and the woods is this ...  more »
  • Neither a " folly " nor a " castle " ,Severndroog is more accurately a " Belvedere " ,with simply stunning London views from the top to rival anywhere else in London . AJubilee line to North Greenwich...  more »
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  • Awesome 360* panoramic view, notwithstanding the Shard. Well preserved Georgian Folly attended by friendly and informed volunteers. The surrounding Oxleas Woods with a fine array of indigenous trees is also well worth a stroll. I would certainly recommend a visit.
  • It is very small, but the view is absolutely amazing. You can see seven counties and as far west as Windsor. It is only £2.50 to go in because it is so small, but the price is great considering the view. It is more of a tower than a castle, so don't expect to be looking around very long.
  • Amazing Castle. Small yet allowing you to get the best views of London on a budget. Some say it's better than Shard and for a fraction of Shards cost so worth visiting.
  • A lovely piece of local history and architecture painstakingly restored to period detail after being closed and left to decay by the local council. A lot of students and volunteers have helped turn this important landmark around, and now many services are available including wedding's, public and private events. The viewing platform is the undoubted highlight offering unparalleled views of several counties. Have a good coffee in the café and a trip to the viewing platform to see the beauty of this attraction
  • Very gorgeous views from London on this hidden gem. Not close but worth it