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What To Do In Bloomsbury London

There’s always something new to experience when in Bloomsbury.

Home to the British Museum

Home to the British Museum, the world’s first nation public museum, through its 8 million objects it allows you to discover fascinating details of different cultures from around the world. Some of the collection highlights include chess pieces thought to have been made in Scandinavia around AD 1150–1200 and were found on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. Another artefact to note is the Lycurgus Cup, which changes colour when it is held up to a light; it is said to have been made in Rome in the AD 300s. No matter how many times you visit, you’ll always find that something new catches your eye.

London Review Bookshop

More than just a bookshop, the London Review Bookshop is the ideal location to not only browse the more than 20,000 titles, but also attend one of their many events, or simply grab a coffee and a slice of cake with a friend.

The People’s Supermarket

When you live in Bloomsbury there really is only one place to shop, and that’s The People’s Supermarket where you can buy fresh produce. It’s also a vibrant community hub that will enable you to get to know and be involved with the community.

Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar

Situated on Lamb’s Conduit Street is Noble Rot Restaurant & Wine Bar where you can grab a glass from some of the world’s leading wine makers, as well as a fine ‘Franglaise’ à la carte menu.

The Grade II listed pub, The Lamb

Charles Dickens is believed to have frequented here. They have an extensive range of cask and craft beers and guest ales alongside a changing seasonal and traditional menu, including their famous Sunday roast.

 

If you are looking to rent or purchase a home in Bloomsbury, speak to our estate agent London today. We can help you find a home in the heart of London. Contact our Bloomsbury office on 020 7113 1066, fill in the form below or pop in to our office on Judd St and we can point you in the right direction.

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