Treadwell's is a bookshop specialise in all things esoteric. They have books on world religion, culture and travel.
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Venue Details & Map
33 Store StreetLondonWC1E 7BS
- +44 (0)20 7240 8906
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
I am online customer for Treadwells since I don't live in the UK. I have had phenomenal experience when shopping online for my books. I get my books deliver in about week which is fast since its traveling via postal from Europe to the US. The presentation of delivery is great since the books comes wrap in black tissue and their logo sticker on it. I love their personal touch in wrapping the...more
Lovely bookstore and pagan information bureau ;) They offer candles, oils, incense and of course books. There is a small jewellery collection to choose from and they offer readings as well. It is a gem for London and the staff are knowledgeable and helpful. Highly recommended to stop in.more
Great esoteric bookshop that also holds events, talks and lectures on a wide range of topics.
So if you are curious about paganism, wicca, the supernatural or the occult this is the place for you. Either call in or check the store website for an interesting list of events, which usually only cost a few pounds and is a great oppurtunity to explore new topics, make new friends and enjoy the...more
Treadwells isn't just a bookshop; it's a community.
It stocks a carefully chosen and wide range of esoteric books, catering for those with a causal interest as well as having an impressive collection of rare and out of print texts (also available to see on their website).
The staff know their subject very well and are very good at giving advice and pointing out books to suit your needs and...more
This place is speciality bookstore heaven. Their niche is the esoteric, the alternatively religious, and the cultural past and present.
Treadwell's is a great store for browsing. While they don't have enough space to contain a complete selection on every topic, what they do have is a wide range of topics with a decent selection in each. Any bookstore that has a folklore section gets an A+ in...more