Places to go in Bloomsbury
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.
9-10 Southampton Place, Holborn, WC1A 2EA [map]
Nando's serve spicy cajun food.
15 Montague Street, Greater London, WC1B 5BJ [map]
One Bloomsbury's premier venues for afternoon tea, the Conservatory at the Montague Hotel offers the chance to relax in stylish surroundings.
108 New Oxford Street,Bloomsbury,London WC1A 1HD,UK, WC1A 1HD [map]
A member of the chic city bar brand established in 1994, All Bar One showcases eclectic European cuisine and an impressive stock of beers and wines.
83 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 6HJ [map]
A family-run bed and breakfast hotel in Bloomsbury, Arosfa Hotel is set within a Georgian townhouse.
44 Theobald's Road, Holborn, WC1X 8NW [map]
Bea's Of Bloomsbury produce high quality cakes and pastries available for consumption instore or to take away.
Malet Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7HX [map]
Birkbeck is London’s only specialist provider of evening higher education.
Art and Craft Shop
12 Bury Place, Holborn, WC1A 2JL [map]
Blade Rubber Stamps sell a wide range of rubber stamps designed for either personal or business use.
38 Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, WC1H 0DG [map]
Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes is a retro-style bowling alley, boasting the only vintage above-lane ball return outside America and a bar made of wood from the legendary Lucky's Lanes in Los Angeles. The lanes and diner can be hired out for private parties and, if you get bored with gutter balls, there's karaoke too.
35 Little Russell Street, Holborn, WC1A 2HH [map]
The Cartoon Museum is London's first cartoon museum, dedicated to showing the best British cartoons, comics, caricatures and animation.
48 Doughty Street, WC1N 2LX [map]
The Charles Dickens Museum is located in the building he lived in from 1837-1839. The collection includes letters, pictures, first editions, furniture, memorabilia and lovingly restored rooms.
22 High Holborn, King's Cross, WC1V 6BN [map]
A unique London pub, the Cittie of Yorke is a Grade II listed building full of nooks and crannies. Step into the dark, panelled front bar and make your way through to the great hall at the rear. Take note of the fire in the middle of the room. It has no chimney. Instead, its flue is diverted underground and out of a pipe on the wall.
93 Guilford Street, WC1N 1DN [map]
Coram's Fields is a unique seven acre playground and park for children living in or visiting London.
57 High Holborn, King's Cross, WC1V 6DT [map]
A short walk from Holborn Underground station, Davy's of Holborn is one of Davy's traditional wine bars, with candlelit tables and sawdust covered floors.
4-24 Britannia Street, Bloomsbury, WC1X 9JD [map]
Showcasing an ever-changing programme of contemporary art, London's Gagosian Gallery, owned by Larry Gagosian, is one of 11 worldwide.
8A Lambs Conduit Passage, Holborn, WC1R 4RG [map]
A trendy Argentine restaurant on Theobald's Road, Garufin offers a 21st-century take on charcoal-grilled meats, warming stews and vibrant cocktails.
Rockerfeller Building, 21 University Street, WC1E 6DE [map]
Natural history collection covering the whole of the animal kingdom, including many rare and extinct specimens.
37-63 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, WC1B 4DA [map]
Hummus Bros serves homemade hummus with a selection of toppings, scooped out of your own individual bowl with warm pitta bread, accompanied by salads, desserts and juices.
20 Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, WC1H 0AL [map]
The Institute of Education specialises in postgraduate study and research in the field of education and is top of the UK university league table for education research.
53 New Oxford Street, Holborn, WC1A 1BL [map]
James Smith founded his umbrella firm in 1830 and the shop has been selling umbrellas in London ever since.