In 1929, the London residence of English artist Frederic, Lord Leighton became a historic house museum. Inside, visitors will find paintings and sculptures by Lord Leighton and several Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood artists. One of the most unique features of the Leighton House Museum is the Arab Hall. Here, Lord Leighton’s collection of Middle Eastern and Turkish tiles, pottery, and decorative arts are displayed in a style reminiscent of the rooms he experienced during his travels Outside, guests can wander the house’s garden as well.