Camden Town to Kentish Town

camden market

London is a varied interesting city and Camden is a typical inner suburb. Greets here hinge around either Kentish Town and Camden Market or the “Museum Mile” in the Bloomsbury district between the British Museum and British Library, covering general local history, theatre (particularly of East and North London) and that great British obsession, football.

Roger Mason Greet

Roger Mason Greet

The local history highlights can include railway monuments such as Kings Cross and St Pancras stations, including the International terminus, Camden Roundhouse; Camden Market and Lock as well as Regents Canal. Take time to visit the University of London buildings, Jeremy Bentham’s notorious auto-icon and Darwin’s house site and exhibits. Finally, don’t miss out on Kentish Town, a bustling part of inner London, formerly a village with a Saxon church.

A Greet in Camden

A Greet in Camden

Area of London: North

Neighbourhoods covered: Bloomsbury, Camden Market, Kentish Town

Themes: History, Shopping, Sport

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Languages: English Chinese (Mandarin) French