Things to Do in Covent Garden London England

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Covent Garden London, England is my favorite place! There are tons of things to do in Covent Garden London, England. However, some of them are hidden. This video will show you the best secret things you can do in Covent Garden London. My blog also has a full guide on Covent Garden restaurants, pubs, hotels, afternoon teas and more.

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4 thoughts on “Things to Do in Covent Garden London England

  1. IMHO, a Fuller's pub like the Lamb and Flag will be the best because it's only there you can get Chiswick Bitter. Fuller's best seller is London Pride but i cannot for the life of me understand why. I hate the stuff. Chiswick tastes MUCH better to me.

    I used to work for Ernst & Young (their auditors) and once did an audit of their computer system but never got round to touring the brewery! One day I must.

    The thing with Covent Garden is it used to be the big fruit and veg market, but once it moved south of the river to Nine Elms (where the US Embassy keeps promising to go), what's going to fill up the space? Oh, it filled up with all kinds of things and you've shown just a few.

    The tube station is too small to handle the traffic, being one of the very few remaining that only has a lift (elevator) to get down to the trains, and it entirely closes down sometimes. So it is worth pointing out that the shortest distance between any two tube stations on the entire system is between Covent Garden and Leicester Square. Get out at Leicester Square and walk up Long Acre to get to all this good stuff. Just for a random thought, the best map shop in London (since Cook, Hammond and Kell closed in 2011) is Stanford's in Long Acre.

  2. Seven Dials was a notorious Victorian "rookery" (slum area), It appears in Dickens writing and others. See Henry Mayhew's "Report on the London Poor" c.1850. As you head out of Covent Garden to Haymarket (I think) there is a memorial disc set in the pavement. On that Street was Thomas Chippendale's showroom, house and workshop on one side and Joshia Wedgewood's showroom. That's the trouble with London there is so much history there, that you can't move an inch without standing on history, will take a lifetime to see only most of it.

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