Woburn Walk
Woburn Walk
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Neighbourhood: Bloomsbury
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and throughout the week.
How to get there
  • Euston • 4 min walk
  • London Euston • 5 min walk

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Mavsters
West Yorkshire, UK1,168 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Solo
This street just happened to be next door to the hotel I was staying at. It is such a cute and quaint street. Not very long but full of character. I think it is particularly nice to walk down it during the winter time. It has a very Dickensian feel to it. There are lots of shops and cafés where you can have a light bite. It is a great place to take a few photos. And oasis in such a busy city. it also gave me the inspiration to go and visit the Charles Dickens Museum which is only about a 10 minute walk away from here.
Written 16 January 2020
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Sharon S
Birmingham, UK5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Avery interesting array of shops ,we sat and had a cup of coffee and a lovely lunch at the cafe .Lovely to see the original frontage kept in its traditional way
Written 15 January 2020
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Howard C
Chester, UK53 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Solo
If your stuck or got a long wait at Euston Station ,cross over the road and within 50 metres find a bygone age,a real street that wouldn’t be out of place on a film set and as a extra bonus apart from the independent shops there’s also a pub!!!
Written 4 October 2019
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futtock21
London, UK16,478 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Solo
It was completed in 1822 as one of London’s earliest purpose-built shopping malls. It’s named after Woburn the country seat of the Duke of Bedford responsible for the building of much of Bloomsbury. Today it passes next to the side entrance to a hotel, the main entrance to a pub restaurant, but with the most interesting speciality shops at its eastern end.
Written 17 September 2019
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK1,85,732 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Solo
Woburn Walk is a small street near Euston and Kings Cross train stations. It's a charming little street containing maybe a dozen independent shops and cafes, all painted in the same black colour scheme and in the same architectural style. Most of the shops offer outdoor seating and it's pedestrianised.

None of the shops are really that interesting, but do a a bit of character for not looking like the standard high street stores. Nice to walk past for a nice photo, but don't go out of the way to see it.
Written 26 January 2019
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Nicholas H
London, UK20,431 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
This quaint and picturesque right angled street was developed by Thomas Cubitt in 1822 and has remained unchanged since then. It now represents one of the few surviving rows of shops from that era and is often used as a location for TV and film dramas of that period. The street was originally called Woburn Buildings but was subsequently renamed; one arm of the right angle is now Woburn Walk, the other is Duke Street. No 18 Woburn Buildings (now No 5 Woburn Walk) was the home of the celebrated Irish poet, WB Yeats from 1895 to 1919. An unexpected hidden gem just off the busy Euston Road close to Euston Station and bordering the grounds of St Pancras New Church.
Written 16 November 2018
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