Gatwick Transfer to Camden Town (WC1)
As we stated in one of our previous articles, Camden Town is an area that has managed to preserve over the years its authentic spirit, which is one of the main grounds for its popularity. The main point of today’s article is the presentation of the most interesting places that you can visit whilst you are in Camden Town (WC1).
Phone: 020 7323 8299
Hours: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am â 5:30 pm
Undoubtedly, the most notable building from WC1 area is the British Museum, one of biggest museums in the world, hosting no less than eight million artifacts that illustrate and document the story of human culture from the Roman period to nowadays.
Charles Dickens Museum
Address: 48 Doughty Street, WC1N 2LX, Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 7405 2127
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm
The Museum hosts the biggest collection of items related to Charles Dickensâs life and work: his manuscripts – the rare editions, his original furniture, a painting known as Dickens’ Dream, by R. W. Buss, which illustrates the writer surrounded by most of the characters he created.
The Foundling Museum
Address: 40 Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AZ, Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 7841 3600
Hours: Closed Monday, Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm
This is one of Londonâs underestimated places, a real hidden treasure. Originally being a hospital which dealt specifically with abandoned children, in our present days this place tells their story. By using original artefacts and photographs, we can notice the comparison with the lives of contemporary children. Every month, the museum hosts free concerts and recitals that take place in Picture Gallery, and are free of charge with museum admission.
The Cartoon Museum
Address: 35 Little Russell Street, WC1A 2HH,Â Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 7580 8155
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10.30 – 17.30, Sunday 12 noon – 17.30
Hosting no more than a library of over 5000 books and 4,000 comics, The Cartoon Museum tries to preserves the best of animation, comics, caricatures and British cartoons. The museum features innovative exhibitions, archives and a gallery, making the creativity of cartoon art accessible to both adults and children for the purposes of enjoyment, research and education.
Other places you could visit are:
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Address: Malet Place, University College, WC1E 6BT, Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 7679 2884
Hours: Tuesday to Friday 1pm-5pm, Saturday 11am-2pm | Closed Christmas & Easter holidays
St George’s Church
Address: 6-7 Little Russell Street, WC1A 2HR, Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 7242 1979
Grant Museum of Zoology
Address: Rockefeller Building University College London, 21 University Street, WC1E 6DE,Â Bloomsbury
Phone: 020 3108 2052
Hours: Monday to Saturday 1pm-5pm | Closed Christmas & Easter and Bank Holidays
Rail Transport from Gatwick Airport to WC1- Camden Town
In order to get rail transport from Gatwick Airport to Camden Town (WC1), you have to take the National Rail Service to London City Thameslink Station, and then take the bus to Holborn, High Holborn (WC1), then walk to Bloomsbury, Great Russell Street (WC1). You could also make use of a transfer from Gatwick Airport to Camden
Road Transport from Gatwick Airport to WC1 – Camden Town
So as to travel by car from Gatwick Airport to Camden Town you have to take the M23 motorway followed by the A23 road. Gatwick Airport is 28.9 miles away from WC1.
A journey by transferÂ from Gatwick Airport to Camden Town with 247 Gatwick Airport Transfer, is going to last about 33 minutes. The price for a transferÂ service from Gatwick Airport to WC1 starts from 58Â£ for a Saloon car.
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