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Hamleys
Hamleys

188 - 196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT

Hamleys is one of the world's largest toy shops. Its flagship store is in Regent Street, London. The flagship store...Read more

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Disney Store (Oxford Street)
Disney Store (Oxford Street)Top Pick

350-352 Oxford Street, Paddington, London, W1C 1JH

0.52km

Only Disney related items, many of them exclusive. Disney Store London, offers the latest official Disney, Marvel and...Read more

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Oxford Street borders four different districts of London, Soho, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, and Mayfair .



Oxford Street is located in the borough of Westminster in central London.

Oxford Street can be considered to form part of the districts of Fitzrovia, Soho and Mayfair .



The best nightclubs in London and their location is rather subjective as there are great clubs in different areas of London each with a different vibe. Mayfair tends to have the most exclusive celebrity clubs whilst east London is a little bit cooler.

Soho has some good places too although you won't rub shoulders with high society if you cross over Regent Street.



London's China Town is located in central London around Gerrard Street, close to Leicester Square. The nearest tube stations are Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.



The main areas in London for the best London clubs are Mayfair and Soho. Shoreditch and East London are becoming increasing popular too.


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Blue Plaques in London

Millicent Fawcett Blue Plaque - Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett 1847-1929 pioneer of women's suffrage lived and died here
Richard Quiney And The Bell, Carter Lane London Marble Plaque - Upon this site formerly stood "The Bell" Carter Lane. From whence Richard Quiney wrote the letter to William Shakespeare dated 25th October 1598. This is the only letter extant addressed to Shakespeare and the original is preserved in the museum at his birthplace, Stratford Upon Avon. This tablet was placed upon the present building by leave of the Postmaster General 1899.
John Nash Blue Plaque - John Nash 1752-1835 Architect designed this terrace and lived here
Blue Plaque № 43738 - The Pastures Demolished 1966. Site of a substantial 17th Century house once the home of William Davis a local benefactor after whom the lane is named. Also the home of Agnes Cotton who named the house and founded the Home of the Good Shepherd in 1879
William Shakespeare, Christopher Mountjoy, And Mary Mountjoy Blue Plaque - William Shakespeare had lodgings near here in 1604, at the house of Christopher and Mary Mountjoy
Edward Burne-Jones Blue Plaque - Sir Edward Burne-Jones 1833-1898 artist lived here 1865-1867

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