Bloomsbury Local Information (WC1)
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Bloomsbury - An area with great history and culture, as well as the best of modern facilities.The greatest concentration of academic institutions in Britain includes various colleges of the University of London, several teaching hospitals and the British Museum. Literary and artistic heritage from the Bloomsbury group lives on in thriving design, publishing and arts ventures.
Bloomsbury - Culture - things to do and places to go
Ten Pin Bowling All Star Lanes, Victoria House, Bloomsbury Place
British Museum, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury – the Great Court with its magnificent modern architecture provides an inspiring venue to eat amidst the wonders of the Museum.
Bloomsbury Theatre, Gordon Street, Bloomsbury
Dickens Museum, Doughty St, Bloomsbury
Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, Malet Place, Bloomsbury
Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury - Green and open spacesBloomsbury is famous for its squares, many of which were established in the 18th century. These include Bloomsbury Square, Brunswick Square, Coram’s Fields, Queens Square, Russell Square, Tavistock Square
Bloomsbury - Eating, drinking, shopping
Lamb’s Conduit Street has a variety of interesting independent shops, deli’s and restaurants.
The Brunswick Centre has a range of chain store retailers, as well as several restaurants including Carluccio, Giraffe, Nandos, Strada and Yo! Sushi.
Bloomsbury - Transport
Part of the attraction of this area is its close proximity to so many key areas of London, and the wide variety of transport options available.
Euston, Euston Square, Goodge Street, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square and King's Cross St. Pancras.
For details of the local bus network please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses