The Eastbridge Hospital of St Thomas is on Canterbury High street and is part of a bridge over a branch of the river Stour. It isn’t very big but they only ask £2 for a visit. Visiting ⇒.
The site was created in 1180 as a place of hospitality for poor pilgrims visiting Canterbury Cathedral ⇐ where Thomas (later St Thomas) Becket was murdered in 1170 and became a martyr. Next to the chapel is an Alms House with 8 occupied flats.
The Geoffrye Museum is very close to Hoxton station on the London Overground Line. There is a front and back garden area, which is worth seeing, and entrance to the museum is free. The interior has a long row of rooms which depict interior decor and furniture throughout the ages. There is also an exhibition area in the basement and one may join a tour of a small Alms House exhibit.
Here is a taste of the museum.