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Marylebone Area Guide

Calm, quiet and down-to-earth, yet lined with exquisite boutiques and prestigious restaurants, Marylebone is truly a sight to behold. An island of tranquillity, snuggled between Oxford Street, Edgware Road and Great Portland Street, the picturesque jewel of West London provides the weary with traveller a breath of fresh air from the livelier parts of town. Merely minutes away from the busy Oxford Street, the area comes in stark contrast with the rest of the capital. A real, flesh-and-blood urban village, where everyone can find something to their liking. Fancy and expensive boutiques, delicious cuisine for the foodies and a great local farmer’s market for the eco-friendly enthusiasts await mere moments away from the lively main street.

The Sights in Marylebone

Fashionable and elegant, Marylebone has been one of London’s foremost commerce streets since the early seventeenth century. Today, it has grown to become a world-renowned shopping destination, attracting travellers from and wide with its wonders. Naturally, Marylebone is also home to a variety of prestigious restaurants, enticing its visitors with traditional meals, tasty snacks and classy drinks. Additionally, the area is home to some of Britain’s finest museums: The Wallace collection and Madame Tussauds London museum, as well as Wigmore Hall – a Victorian-style concert hall, complete with chamber music and lunchtime concerts.

The Sights in Marylebone
The Sights in Marylebone

Wallace Collection – Housed in a gorgeous building, dating all the way back to 1776, the Wallace Collection has been open to the general public for over 100 years. Originally owned by the Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, the collection contains a number of eighteenth-century paintings, ornate furniture pieces, medieval armour sets, weaponry and sculptures. There, you can find the workings of Gainsborough, Titian, Fragonard, Velázquez, Reynolds Franz Hals and other famous European artists of old.

Wigmore Hall – One of the world’s most famous and highly accredited classical concert halls, Wigmore Hall boasts over 400 annual performances. Additionally, the avenue is also renowned for its Learning events, where people of all ages get together to study, practice and perform for the audience.

Madame Tussauds – Founded by the one-of-a-kind wax sculptor Marie Tussaud after her coming to Britain, Madame Tussauds waxwork museum brings in curious visitors from all across the globe. The London branch houses one of the largest and most diverse collections of wax sculpture in the entire world, featuring famous faces from films, music, sports and politics.

Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds

Marylebone’s Greener Side

Snuggled comfortably between some of London’s most beautiful green spaces – Regent’s Park and Paddington Street Gardens, Marylebone offers easy access to a multitude of rest and relaxation areas. With its 365 acres of serene landscape, Regent’s has something for everyone – from long walks and peaceful picnics to weekend football games and panoramic cafes. Nearby, visitors can also enjoy the scenic experience of the London Zoo.

Bars and Pubs in Marylebone

Moxon Street, just a minute off the High Street is Marylebone food central, complete with wholesome meals, delicious snacks and a local farmer’s market. Here, visitors can get a taste of the world’s finest cuisine, and stop by the Chiltern Firehouse, Twist, Dinings, enjoy a classy cocktail at Bar Termini Centrale, or grab a pint at The Wigmore.

Bars and Pubs in Marylebone
Bars and Pubs in Marylebone

Chiltern Firehouse

Twist – One of Marylebone most popular Contemporary European restaurants, Twist has supplied locals and tourists alike with delicious tapas, Sicilian red prawns, nduja croquettes, and a variety of other specialities. But don’t let the fancy name scare you – Twist is one of the most casual diners that you’ve ever been to! Rusty, buzzy and warmly lit, Twist is the place to go if you’re looking for a quick and comfy snack.

Dinings – A Japanese restaurant, stocked with foreign dishes and oozing traditional atmosphere. Sitting down for a meal at Dinings will take you on a journey to a far-away land, that you’re bound to remember for a long while. That is if you manage to find a table without prior reservation – the place is usually filled to the brim

Bar Termini Centrale – If you’re craving a touch of Italian sophistication over a glass of wine, then Bar Termini Centrale is the place to be. Somewhat more spacious than its counterpart at Soho’s Old Compton Street, this coffee and cocktail joint is the premier choice for anyone who finds themselves yearning for a refreshing afternoon beverage on a weekend afternoon.

The Wigmore – An elegant, modern take on the old-timey British pub concept, the Wigmore is located at the Langham Hotel, taking the place of a former banking hall. But don’t let the stylish and flash interior design confuse you – the Wigmore aims to emulate the casual and relaxing public pub atmosphere. And, going by its popularity, it manages to do so without issue. If you’re looking for a place to wind down, relax and have a pint, then the Wigmore is just up your alley!

The Wigmore
The Wigmore

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