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Chancery Lane runs from Holbourn to Fleet Street and has retained some very old buildings... read more

Reviewed September 4, 2017
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A stroll through legal London

Chancery Lane runs from High Holborn in the north to Fleet Street in the south passing on its... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2017
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 4, 2017 via mobile

Chancery Lane runs from Holbourn to Fleet Street and has retained some very old buildings retailing. Quite a few formal gentleman's clothing shops and some shops selling gowns and legal associated clothing further down. I did notice some very nice old pubs that sell good...More

Thank rayrest
Reviewed June 1, 2017 via mobile

Chancery Lane runs from High Holborn in the north to Fleet Street in the south passing on its western side Lincoln's Inn and Carey Street affording access to the Royal Courts of Justice via aside entrance which is much quieter than the main entrance in...More

Thank futtock21
Reviewed May 19, 2017

Chancery Lane connects Fleet Street with High Holborn. Historically, the street is associated with the legal profession. This continues to the present day with consulting firms and other business occupying the street now.

Thank nellielim
Reviewed March 23, 2017 via mobile

A very old street that has not been hit as hard by the 1960's knock-em-down and replace with concrete mania. Therefore, a good mix of architectural styles going back through the centuries.

Thank Clivel_98
Reviewed December 19, 2016

Chancery lane is one of the oldest areas of London stretching around the tube station with the same name, and although there is not much to see around here, if you do not have any business here, you might know it because of the Hatton...More

Thank TERRAvelista
Reviewed November 15, 2016

Chancery Lane might have some historical and architectural points to it but I tend to associate this part of London with the Jewelers. This is a great area to pick up a nice engagement ring or two.

Thank TravelReviewer1983
Reviewed October 8, 2016

Chancery Lane has a long historic relationship with the legal professional which has been in existence since the 1100s when the High Court of the Chancery started its association with the area. You can sense the security in this street that connects Fleet Street to...More

Thank Belgo96
Reviewed September 26, 2016

Chancery Lane was always concerned as a “legal street”, because of its historic connection with the legal profession. Even its name came from the historic High Court of Chancery. It is a historic old street with many interesting buildings and sites.

Thank Borzov
Reviewed September 18, 2016

At the heart of the legal district of London (between High Holborn and Fleet Street) with traditional retailers on the street such as Ede & Ravenscroft (their main shop for legal-wear is on Chancery Lane) and Church’s for shoes.

Thank RWandSW
Reviewed July 23, 2016

We walked along Fleet Street to Chancery Lane to look for The Knights Templar Pub. It was an interesting street.

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Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet
cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or
quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on
the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially
convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an
excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit
practically any taste or budget. With major
attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
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