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London’s Most Famous District: Covent Garden – What To See, Eat & Do!

Book your ticket to visit the London Transport Museum at any time of day during standard opening hours. Enjoy exploring the exhibits and learning about the history of public transport in the city. You’ll find this a perfect activity for the whole family.

ARSENAL TUBE STATION | HIGHBURY | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: Piccadilly Line: Formerly named: Gillespie Road & Arsenal (Highbury Hill)*

London Underground tiling design here showing the old station name of Gillespie Road, the station's current name, Arsenal, shown above. I took this photo as part of some research for design theory lecture on London Underground

Sir John Soane's Museum Images Holborn London | LondonTown.com

Number One London: Regency Reflections: Sir John Soane's Museum

St Paul's Church is the parish church of Covent Garden.

St Paul’s Church is referred to as the ‘actor’s church’ because of its association with the theatre community and has stood here in Covent Garden since

The entrance to the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden piazza.

The Museum explores the heritage of London and its transport system over the last 200 years.

Covent Garden ~ October 1961, from my Grandpas office

Covent Garden ~ October 1961, from my Grandpas office

EDGWARE ROAD TUBE STATION | EDGWARE ROAD | WESTMINSTER | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: There are two stations of the same name, in close proximity: Between them they serve: Bakerloo Line; Circle Line; District Line; Hammersmith & City Line*

EDGWARE ROAD TUBE STATION | EDGWARE ROAD | WESTMINSTER | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: There are two stations of the same name, in close proximity: Between them they serve: Bakerloo Line; Circle Line; District Line; Hammersmith & City Line*

Covent Garden Revered for its exuberant atmosphere, Covent Garden's iconic square and surrounding bars and museums provide around-the-clock entertainment.

Covent Garden Revered for its exuberant atmosphere, Covent Garden's iconic square and surrounding bars and museums provide around-the-clock entertainment.

The surprising reasons behind London's oldest place names

The surprising reasons behind London's oldest place names

The surprising reasons behind London's oldest place names Did you know the name Piccadilly was an insult or that Aldgate was long associated with ale drinkers? Caroline Taggart unearths the meanings behind London's unusual place names.

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