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Hook

Hook

An alternative fish and chip restaurant selling a tasty British classic with unusual culinary twists.

Regent's Park

Regent's Park

A great day out - boating lake, café and home to London Zoo.

The York & Albany

The York & Albany

Superb cocktails and excellent food right by Regent's Park.

Flower Station

Flower Station

If you're ever in a rush for some flowers for a loved one, just pop up to this drive-thru florist and there's no need to get out your car!

The Coffee Jar

The Coffee Jar

The best coffee in Camden along with some great sandwiches and cakes.

Camden Market

Camden Market

Wandering through one of the many stalls in Camden Market, there's always something to catch the eye!

BrewDog

BrewDog

A BrewDog pub just off Camden High Street serving craft beers.

Rock 'N' Roll Rescue

Rock 'N' Roll Rescue

A one stop shop for music lovers!

Orange Juice Stall

Orange Juice Stall

A small stall based on Camden High street offering freshly squeezed orange juice, either bitter, sweet or sour. The sweet oranges are amazing!

Roundhouse

Roundhouse

For music lovers there is the famous Roundhouse venue, which has amazing views from anywhere inside and great sound for a brilliant night out!

The Princess of Wales

The Princess of Wales

Quirky interiors and a fabulous Sunday lunch in leafy Primrose Hill.

Shaka Zulu

Shaka Zulu

A little taste of Africa. Great ambience, incredible South African Zulu statues and if that doesn't win you over, the all day 2-4-1 cocktails will!

The Blues Kitchen

The Blues Kitchen

This American themed restaurant is fantastic! Not only is the food very tasty, but the atmosphere is electric - live music on a Friday and Saturday and distinctive tasting cocktails draw in a big crowd.

Camden Coffee Shop

Camden Coffee Shop

Coffee beans from a lovely old man who roasts the beans himself and has done for decades. He will also grind them for you...

Côte

Côte

Delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner in French-style interiors. They do a fantastic set menu too, which is a real bargain.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Regent's Park, Camden, Euston, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, Bloomsbury, St John's Wood, Kentish Town, King's Cross and Soho

"Ever lost something on the Tube? The fabled London Underground Lost Property Office is located around the side of Baker Street station. Items that have been "found" over the years include a bishop's crook, a stuffed puffer fish and a garden slide!"

With its vibrant atmosphere day and night, Camden is one of London's most popular destinations.

Samuel Burke

The handsome architecture around Regent's Park enhances the prestige of the area.

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One of London's most vibrant areas, Camden is a melting pot of alternative shops, bars, restaurants and markets selling weird and wonderful things!

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What locals say about NW1

  1. Primrose Hill is an excellent place to work, relax and exercise especially if you work for yourself. Lovely neighbourhood

  2. Nothing beats a nice long walk around Regent's Park

  3. Central located, regent park

  4. Both peace and busy are a 5 minute walk

  5. I love living here because of the number of young people who come to this place, the coexistence of a lot of trends and together with the million pubs and markets

  6. Centrally located, with Bloomsbury and Camden on each end, and with great connection across the whole of the capital.

  7. It's near to Regents Park

  8. Camden Town never disappoints, it feels like there's always a new bar or restaurant to discover! Camden Market is second to none for exploration and finding unique, quirky items on craft stalls, and not forgetting the amazing food hall!!

  9. Slap bang between the most exciting Camden Lock market... All types of people from the whole world visit , never, ever boring... AND 5 minutes the other way.. The most beautiful heathland.. Hampstead Heath. How lucky to live here.

  10. Nestled between the vibrancy of central London and the cultural explosion that is Camden with green spaces of Regent Park and unrivalled transport connections entertainment is never far away.

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Child-friendly activities near NW1

Baby and Toddler Group

The Forge
Imagination Station offers pre-school children the chance to explore their imaginations through music, movement, instruments and specially selected equipment. From a fibre-optic space scene to an underwater expedition both children and adults enjoy our cutting edge adventure music classes! Have a look around and see which class holds your next adventure... Website

Yummy Mummy Coffee Morning

The Spread Eagle Camden
Join our friendly, welcoming, local Camden Mums every Wednesday for a coffee and a chit chat from 11am. Website

Ready Steady Go Creative Workshops

Primrose Hill Community Centre
Held at Primrose Hill Community Centre, they develop children's physical co-ordination and spatial awareness and are very much group activities, aiding the development of social skills: turn-taking, listening, observing, co-operating and concentrating. Website

Drop in for Carers and Parents

Somers Town Community Centre
Our service is run by a permanent team of enthusiastic, professionally qualified, childcare workers who deliver an exciting range of appropriate learning opportunities for the Under Fives. Our nursery offers flexible hours and places on the two year olds scheme. Website

Imagination Station

The Forge Camden
Imagination Station offers pre-school children the chance to explore their imaginations through music, movement, instruments and specially selected equipment. From a fibre-optic space scene to an underwater expedition both children and adults enjoy our cutting edge adventure music classes! 4 months to 18 months: Wednesday 10.30am - 11.10am 18 months to 3 years: Wednesday 11.20am - 12pm Website

Little Haven

Castlehaven Community Centre
The drop-in is open for three mornings a week. During Littlehaven Under 5's Drop-in, our well resourced play room includes a creative area, messy play, home corner, baby area, book corner, small world play equipment and a wide variety of puzzles and building blocks. The Littlehaven Under 1's Drop-in on a Wednesday is for babies with parents / carers, offering sensory play opportunities designed to encourage baby's learning and development. Focusing on early communications - including sights, sounds and touch. Website

Ole Kids

Primrose Hill Community Library
The classes run for one hour and have been planned to include singing, dancing, arts and crafts, music and story telling time. The Olé Kids curriculum was developed through years of observing children and what they like doing at different stages cognitively, emotionally and physically. They picked out the best elements of children's classes and coupled it with our knowledge, research, tons of love and respect for children and our endless passion for creating a Spanish speaking community. Website

About NW1

NW1 is the postcode district in North West London incorporating the areas of Marylebone (part), Euston, Regent's Park, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill (part), Gospel Oak (part) and Lisson Grove (part) and is covered by the Camden and Westminster local authorities.

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