Hammersmith & City line sightseeing

Heading out on the Hammersmith & City line? Why not take a quick look at all the sights and attractions you can enjoy when using the line. From floating parks to zoology museums, there’s so much to see and do! πŸ’• 

πŸ“The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park  

πŸš‡ Bow Road 

Set within the leafy tranquillity of Mile End Park, The Art Pavilion is the perfect place to enjoy some local art. πŸŽ¨ 

πŸ“Charles Dickens Museum 

πŸš‡ King’s Cross St Pancras 

Take a step back in time and discover Charles Dickens’ former home in London. πŸ“š 

πŸ“Grant Museum of Zoology  

πŸš‡ Euston Square 

The Grant Museum is the only remaining university zoological museum in London. It houses around 67,000 specimens, covering the whole of the Animal Kingdom. πŸ― 

πŸ“The Regent’s Park  

πŸš‡ Great Portland Street  

With a stunning rose garden πŸŒΉ, an open air theatre, ZSL London Zoo πŸ¦ and dedicated sports areas, there’s something for everyone at Regent’s Park! πŸƒ 

πŸ“Floating Pocket Park  

πŸš‡ Paddington 

Buoy Your Spirits At Paddington’s Fabulous Floating Park, perfect on a sunny day! πŸ’¦ 

πŸ“Paddington Library  

πŸš‡ Royal Oak  

With a separate building dedicated to children’s books, it’s the perfect place to take the kids! πŸ“š 

πŸ“Museum of Brands 

πŸš‡ Ladbroke Grove  

Take a nostalgic journey through 200 years of branding and consumer culture at the Museum of Brands. πŸ› 

πŸ“Barbican Cinema  

πŸš‡ Barbican 

Located in the Barbican Centre, the Barbican Cinema shows the best international new releases, talks with filmmakers and major curated seasons. πŸ“½

Hammersmith & City line map with cultural attractions

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Let us know your favourite spots on the Hammersmith & City line πŸ‘‡ 

1 Comment

  1. 1. No mention of the Museum of London, easily accessible from either Barbican or Moorgate. 2. No mention of Baker Street – Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

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