Nearby: Covent Garden
0°07′22″W / 51.51197°N 0.1228°W / 51.51197; -0.1228Covent Garden (/ˈkɒvənt/) is a district in London on the eastern fringes of the West End, between Charing Cross Road and Dru...
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Covent Garden
0°07′22″W / 51.51197°N 0.1228°W / 51.51197; -0.1228Covent Garden (/ˈkɒvənt/) is a district in London on the eastern fringes of the West End, between Charing Cross Road and Dru...
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Carpenter's Coffee House
0°07′22″W / 51.511970°N 0.122800°W / 51.511970; -0.122800Carpenter's Coffee House (later known as "The Finish", "The Queen's Head" and "Jack's") was a coffee house in Covent G...
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Tom King's Coffee House
Tom King's Coffee House (later known as Moll King's Coffee House) was a notorious establishment in Covent Garden, London in the mid-18th century. Open from the time the taverns shut until dawn, it was...
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Avenue of Stars, London
The Avenue of Stars was London's version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It opened in 2005 with one hundred names,and was a temporary installation to accompany a TV show to celebrate ITV's 50th birthda...
St Paul Covent Garden
St Paul Covent Garden was a civil parish in the metropolitan area of London, England. The former area of the parish now corresponds to the Covent Garden market and surrounding streets in the City o...
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Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House is an opera house and major performing arts venue in Covent Garden, central London. The large building is often referred to as simply "Covent Garden", after a previous use of the...
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Evans Music-and-Supper Rooms
Evans Music-and-Supper Rooms, (located at 43 King Street, Covent Garden), was an entertainment venue for music and singing in early nineteenth century. The venue provided the type of entertainment wh...
London Transport Museum
The London Transport Museum, or LT Museum based in Covent Garden, London, seeks to conserve and explain the transport heritage of Britain's capital city. The majority of the museum's exhibits originat...
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Southampton Street, London
Southampton Street is a street in central London, running north from the Strand to Covent Garden Market.There are restaurants in the street such as Bistro 1and Wagamama. There are also shopssuch as Th...
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Rules (restaurant)
Rules is a London restaurant on Maiden Lane in Covent Garden. Rules was founded in 1798 and is London's oldest restaurant.
Rules was opened by Thomas Rule in 1798, primarily as an oyster bar but s...
Bow Street
Bow Street is a thoroughfare in Covent Garden, Westminster, London. It features as one of the streets on the standard London Monopoly board.The area around Bow Street was developed by Francis Russell,...
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Vaudeville Theatre
The Vaudeville Theatre is a West End theatre on the Strand in the City of Westminster. As the name suggests, the theatre held mostly vaudeville shows and musical revues in its early days. It opened in...
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St Paul's, Covent Garden
St Paul's Church, also commonly known as the Actors' Church, is a church designed by Inigo Jones as part of a commission by Francis Russell, 4th Earl of Bedford, in 1631 to create "houses and building...
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Bow Street Magistrates' Court
Bow Street Magistrates' Court on the specialisation of the Old Bailey to a Crown Court became the most famous magistrates' court in England in the latter part of its 266-year existence, occupying vari...
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Will's Coffee House
For several decades after the Restoration, Will's Coffee House in Russell Street, Covent Garden, at the northwest corner of Bow Street, was the London centre of the Wits, centring on the figure of Jo...
Theatre Museum
0°7′16″W / 51.51194°N 0.12111°W / 51.51194; -0.12111The Theatre Museum in the Covent Garden district of London, England, was the United Kingdom's national museum of the perfor...
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London Film Museum
The London Film Museum, founded and created by Jonathan Sands in February 2008, is a museum dedicated to the British film industry. It was previously known as The Movieum of London.It is located in Co...
Queen's Theatre, Long Acre
The Queen's Theatre was established in 1867, as a theatre on the site of St Martin's Hall, a large concert room that opened in 1850. It stood on the corner of Long Acre and Endell Street, with entran...
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Covent Garden tube station
Covent Garden is a London Underground station in Covent Garden. It is on the Piccadilly line between Leicester Square and Holborn stations and is in Travelcard Zone 1. The station is at the corner of ...
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Adelphi Theatre
The Adelphi Theatre /əˈdɛlfi/ is a London West End theatre, located on the Strand in the City of Westminster. The present building is the fourth on the site. The theatre has specialised in comedy and ...
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Floral Street
Floral Street is a street located in the Covent Garden area of London. It runs east from Garrick Street to Bow Street and contains a number of fashion stores, including Paul Smith.
Originally call...
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System Simulation
System Simulation (SSL) is a software engineering company now specialising in text and multimedia information systems, based in Covent Garden, central London, England, and founded in 1970.Under the ch...
Long Acre
Long Acre is a street in the City of Westminster in central London. It runs from St. Martin's Lane, at its western end, to Drury Lane in the east. The street was completed in the early 17th century an...
Exeter Hall
Exeter Hall was a hall on the north side of The Strand, London, England. It was erected between 1829 and 1831 on the site of Exeter Exchange, to designs by John Peter Gandy, the brother of the visiona...
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Exeter Exchange
The Exeter Exchange (popularly known as Exeter Change) was a building on the north side of the Strand in London, with an arcade extending partway across the carriageway. It is most famous for the men...
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Strand Palace Hotel
The Strand Palace Hotel is a large hotel on the north side of the Strand, London, England, positioned close to Covent Garden, Aldwych, Trafalgar Square and the River Thames.
The hotel was built af...
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Cecil House
Cecil House refers to two historical mansions on The Strand, London, in the vicinity of the Savoy. The first was a 16th-century house on the north side, where the Strand Palace Hotel now stands. The s...
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Crown Court Church
0°7′16″W / 51.51333°N 0.12111°W / 51.51333; -0.12111A Scottish Presbyterian congregation was first established in London during the reign of King James I of England and VI of ...
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Hotel Cecil (London)
The Hotel Cecil was a grand hotel built 1890–96 between the Thames Embankment and the Strand in London, England 0°07′18″W / 51.51008°N 0.12176°W / 51.51008; -0.12176. It was na...
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Tivoli Music Hall (London)
The Tivoli Music Hall was a popular English theatre based in the Strand, West London. It was designed by Charles Phipps and was built during 1889–90 at a cost of £300,000. It was constructed on the...
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