West Central London Guide

West Central London Guide

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The area covered by the WC1 and WC2 postcodes is rich in history, culture and a great place for bookish cheapos.

In the midst of the Covent Garden crowds, St Paul’s Church (also known as ‘The Actor’s Church’) has a small, bench-lined garden—perfect for a lunchtime retreat. Bloomsbury is the former home of Charles Dickens, and the author’s home is now a museum, and Marchmont Street is the place for secondhand books. It’s a great place for wandering and looking at London architecture. The British Museum, Senate House Library and Somerset House are all within easy walking distance.

List of places in West Central London



Restaurants and cafés in West Central London

Events in West Central London

Eating & Drinking in West Central London

Entertainment in West Central London

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