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The Bedford Square was built between 1775 and 1783 as an upper middle class residential area and takes its name from the Dukes of Bedford, who were the main landlords in Bloomsbury.
The Bedford Square was built between 1775 and 1783 as an upper middle class residential area and takes its name from the Dukes of Bedford, who were the main landlords in Bloomsbury. This is one of the best preserved set pieces of Georgian architecture in London and a majority of the buildings are grade I listed.
Bedford Square, London Borough of Camden, WC1B, UK
Pollock's Toy Museum is a charming place with a treasure trove of antique toys exhibited in a warren of 6 rooms above the toy shop of the same name
The Cartoon Museum displays an extensive collection of British cartoon and comic art from the 18th century to the present day
A centuries-old small park that becomes packed on warm sunny days
The British Museum is, undoubtedly, one of the best museums in the world and a definite highlight of any trip to London
The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology at the University College London preserves the teaching collection of Sir William Flinders Petrie, one of Britain's greatest archaeologists and has built upon it
Seven Dials is an intersection of seven streets in the northern part of the Covent Garden district with lots of of mid-range designer clothing and shoe stores
Bloomsbury Square is the oldest garden square in London, established by Lord Southampton in 1665 and opened to the public in the 1950s
The University College London has a small but beautiful quad and an interesting Neo-Classical facade
Leicester Square Garden is a green oasis where you can rest your tired feet and get entertained at the same time by buskers, street entertainers and preachers performing in the area