Places to go in Bloomsbury
66 Marchmont Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1AB [map]
Gay's The Word was the first bookshop in Great Britain to be totally devoted to gay literature, and sells books on subjects including political, historical, philosophical and sexual perspectives on homosexuality.
17 Bloomsbury Square, Holborn, WC1A 2NJ [map]
The German Historical Institute London (GHIL) was officially opened on 4 November 1976 as an independent academic institution to promote research concentrating on the comparative history of Germany and Britain, on the history of the British Empire and Commonwealth and on Anglo-German relations.
23 Mecklenburgh Square, WC1N 2AD [map]
Goodenough Club overlooking private gardens in the heart of Bloomsbury/Kings Cross is a home from home in London for academics, corporate and leisure guests.
56 New Oxford Street, WC1B 3ST [map]
The three districts that make up Midtown have it all.
Marchmont Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1AF [map]
Hare and Tortoise restaurants serve food from the far east through a growing network of outlets, serving sushi, dumplings, maki, lo mein, chow mein and rice dishes, all served in generous portions so you get great value for your money.
Senate House, Camden, WC1E 7HU [map]
The Institute of Historical Research is one of ten member Institutes of the School of Advanced Study, part of the University of London.
139 King's Cross Road, King's Cross, WC1X 9BJ [map]
Itadaki Zen is an organic and vegan Japanese restaurant.
6th Floor, Russell Square House, 10-12 Russell Square, WC1B 5EH [map]
The Japan Foundation is Japan's principal organisation for promoting international cultural exchange.
46 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3PA [map]
Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers sell a wide range of books and newspapers dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.
82 Marchmont Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1AG [map]
Judd Books sell a wide range of second hand and remainder books on history, economics and architecture.
Place of Worship
Vernon Square, Penton Rise, King's Cross, WC1X 9EP [map]
We are a local family church based minutes away from King’s Cross Station in central London seeking to proclaim the good news of Jesus! We know that God has placed us in the heart of the city to be a light for Him and we are seeking to know Christ and make him known to the busy, diverse and ever changing city around us.
5 Coptic Street, Holborn, WC1A 1NH [map]
Konaki Greek Restaurant serve a variety of Greek dishes.
Art and Craft Shop
105 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3RY [map]
L Cornelissen & Son sell a wide range of painting and drawing materials including pigments, textiles, oils, paints, pastels, charcoal, pencils and easels.
107A Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3NA [map]
Malabar Junction serve a variety of South Indian dishes at their restaurant, and can cater for private parties of up to 35 guests upon request.
36 Torrington Place, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7LY [map]
The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful old fashioned pub 5 minutes walk from Euston Station.
15 Montague Street, Greater London, WC1B 5BJ [map]
Bringing true festive magic to The Montague on the Gardens, Montague Ski Lodge is an enchanting winter wonderland.
49 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3BA [map]
Visitors to the British Museum who have absorbed enough culture would do well to visit the Museum Tavern across the street.
26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT [map]
New London Architecture is a vital addition to the public debate about the future of London.
12 Upper Woburn Place, WC1H 0HX [map]
Set at the junction of Upper Woburn Place and a delightful Dickensian walkway in Camden, Number Twelve restaurant takes advantage of a great location near Euston station, coupled with the finest market produce used by Chef Stuart Lane to prepare contemporary British and Italian dishes.
12 Bloomsbury Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3QA [map]
Oxfam is a development, advocacy, and relief agency working to put an end to poverty worldwide.