Fitzroy House is a historic 18th century house where George Bernard Shaw once lived and L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, worked in the 1950s. It now houses a museum on four floors dedicated to Hubbard. The building is reminiscent of the time, complete with Adler typewriters, Grundig tape recorders and Western Union telefax.
35/37 Fitzroy St, W1T 6DX
Nearest Transit: Warren Street (Lines: Northern, Victoria)
+44 20 7255 24
Fitzroy House and Nearby Attractions on Map
Big Ben(2.7 km)
The 13-ton 4-faced iconic bell, named after Benjamin Hall who was commissioner of works when the tower was completed in 1858, has gilded periphals surrounding the dials which are 7 metre in diameter.
British Museum(1.1 km)
The British Museum is, undoubtedly, one of the best museums in the world and a definite highlight of any trip to London.
Buckingham Palace(2.4 km)
The Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and workplace of the Queen of the United Kingdom.
Trafalgar Square(1.8 km)
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British Library(1.1 km)
The official book depository of the United Kingdom, the British Library holds a copy of every book ever printed here, and a wide variety of periodicals.
Westminster Abbey(2.8 km)
Westminster Abbey is the traditional coronation, wedding and burial church of Royalty, with a thousand year old history dating back to 10th century Benedictine monks.
London Eye(2.5 km)
The London Eye is relatively new to the neighbourhood, but has become an integral part of the London skyline and is a major tourist attraction on the Thames banks.
Speaker's Corner(1.9 km)
Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park is the only place in Britain where demonstrators can assemble without prior police permission, a perennial hot favorite location for preachers and speakers of all types wanting to be heard.
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