The lever-controlled planetarium room at Tokyo Disneysea in Japan.
Kyoto Gardens of Holland Park, London, today.
Found these pics & scanned them from an old family photo album. It’s a mushroom themed children’s playground in France in the 90s.
The Sherlock Holmes Pub & Restaurant opened in 1957 in Westminster, London. Since the release of BBC Sherlock, it has become a bit of a tourist hotspot. It does have a (very old) replica of Sherlock’s study inside, but aside from this, it’s like a typical British pub, serving a range of British food & beer.
Leake Street, also known as The Tunnel, is a 300 metre long passage running under the platforms of Waterloo Station in London, England. It is an open graffiti area, so anyone can draw, paint or tag here legally. The walls transform completely from one week to the next.