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London Attractions

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LOCAL ATTRACTIONS NEAR THE BLOOMSBURY HOTEL

London is a treasure trove of things to see and do. Here are some of The Bloomsbury Hotel’s nearest landmarks – each a must-visit and none more than a short walk away. To help plan your perfect trip, simply ask our concierge to help you make the most of what the city has to offer

 
The Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum

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Founded in 2006, the Cartoon Museum is London’s first devoted to the art of caricature, cartoon and comic. Located minutes from the British Museum, its two floors are hung with all manner of cartoon genius from the 18th century to date, including classic war cartoons, rare and original comics and caricatures of the famous (a recent exhibition included Chaplin, Garbo and stars of the silver screen). Archived here are national treasures from the great 18th century era of satire and vintage artwork from the pages of Punch and Private Eye. The museum is decorated with a mural featuring the work of some of the finest contemporary cartoonists, and a 3000-book library and shop complete the visit. One of London’s quirkiest experiences and not to be missed.

CartoonMuseum-Gallery-Bloomsbury
Covent Garden

Covent Garden

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Flanked by fine restaurants, the Royal Opera House, the soaring arches of the Apple store, The London Transport Museum and some of the best shopping in the capital, Covent Garden has long been a destination for tourists and locals alike. For many hundreds of years the city’s iconic fruit and vegetable market, today the listed booth-style shops of Covent Garden host a vibrant mix of fashion, food, accessories, jewellery and treats - with handmade arts, crafts and antiques sold from stalls in the covered market’s central atria and a food market on the East Piazza every Thursday.  The bustling atmosphere is enhanced by some of the capital’s best street performers in and around the market. We recommend strolling to the market via the cafes, shops and boutiques of Neal Street.

Covent Garden, London
Corams Fields

Coram's Fields

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Built on the site of Thomas Coram’s Foundling Hospital for abandoned children, and funded by newspaperman, Lord Rothermere in the 1920s, Coram Fields is a real hidden gem in the heart of London.  A few minutes’ walk away from The Bloomsbury Hotel, today Coram Fields is a seven-acre playground and park, with fountains, zip wire, sand pits, tunnel slides, wooden climbing frames and, even a mini menagerie. To enter, adults must be accompanied by a child, who will then leave them to stand around nursing a fine cappuccino or a flaky pastry from the Fields Café, open March to October, while they run away to let off steam in one of the city’s very best playgrounds.

Corams Fields in Bloomsbury