Regent Street Vacations
West End, Southbank and East End, are other places in the area which are also worth exploring.
Coming from here, it is just less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) to one of the county’s most popular visitor attractions, Big Ben.
Pay a visit to Buckingham Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and Trafalgar Square in the city center of London.
Regent Street offers some interesting cultural attractions nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Book a tour, admire the architecture or simply enjoy the beautiful artworks at Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Museum. Arts lovers will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as the Globe Theatre, the Lyceum Theatre and the Royal Opera House. The area is a great place for lovers of art. Make sure you see Saatchi Gallery, National Gallery and Photographers' Gallery.
If you are travelling with kids, give them a chance to let off some steam at the family attractions nearby. If you’re intrigued by wildlife be sure to put London Zoo and London Aquarium on your trip list.
When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of London, head to the nearby outdoor areas. Admire the trees and flowers, take a few photos, or just enjoy the fresh air at Green Park and the St. James Park.
Some popular London attractions are in and around Regent Street, such as London Eye, Westminster Abbey and Piccadilly Circus. Visitors with a passion for faith and religion will appreciate the care and devotion that has gone into creating the London Temple Church, the St. Brides' Church and the London St. Paul's Church. Wander back through London’s past by exploring some heritage sites, such as Lambeth Palace and Nelson's Column.
If you like to grab a bargain, browse Selfridges, Smithfield Market and Beauchamp Place.
Hang out with Regent Street’s sporting fans at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground, home turf of the legendary Marylebone Cricket Club cricket team in summer. Lord's Cricket Ground also offers fascinating backstage tours, giving visitors a chance to learn about the stadium’s inner workings and about sports heroes from the past.
When you’re ready to relax after a day spent exploring the charming streets of Regent Street, check in to one of the area’s numerous short and long stay accommodation options. Check out the rooms and rates at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, the Hilton London Metropole, or the Lancaster London.