Raven Row

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Neighborhood: Spitalfields
For a glimpse of Georgian and Victorian London at its most pristine, or a peek into what's apt to be the next big global trend, the hipster zone of Spitalfields can provide hours of amazement. Around the clock, this is a haven for early morning bargain hunters sizing up its street markets, foodie foragers throughout the day, or late night revelers hitting some of London's most popular bars and clubs.

 Wedged between the business-minded City of London, expressly trendy Shoreditch, and zestful Whitechapel, the lines between traditional and contemporary beautifully blur in this historic East End nexus.
How to get there
  • Liverpool St • 5 min walk
  • London Liverpool St • 5 min walk
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9,755 within 3 miles
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places2seeplaces2go
England, UK4,555 contributions
Curiosity Led Us To Raven Row.
Oct 2017 • Couples
We came across Raven Row when we were taking a look around Leadenhall Market & Spitalfields.
We saw a sign for Raven Row & basically found our way to this interesting alley/row.
Interesting independent shops & buildings that inspire your imagination.
It really is worth time wondering off the major tourist areas of London.
Written May 12, 2018
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FlyingTheCoop
Australia429 contributions
There is nothing better than walking the streets
Sep 2017 • Family
On this visit to London I picked up where I left off in the book, "London Hidden Walks", and, with my family in tow, ventured out on the "Spitalfields and Whitechapel Walk". We have experienced several structured walks over our last two visits to London, but from an historical perspective, this one in the Spitalfieds district was most poignant. Many of the old streetscapes have changed significantly, but where the old homes and buildings remain, the scars and triumphs of the past are easy to imagine. Being an industrial area at the height of London's weaving prowess to the hunting grounds of Jack the Ripper and the magnet for all of London's wretched poor in the grimmest of historical times, Spitalfields is a captivating collective of history, modern day life and emerging trends. We could have spent a whole day wandering about as there is a lot to see and much to do.
Written September 4, 2017
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sheepygold
london4,810 contributions
Unique
Apr 2017 • Solo
I would thoroughly recommend walking these narrow streets. There are many interesting and independent shops plus the buildings are very atmospheric as if you have gone back in time. As far as I know this street was used in Harry Potter to represent Diagon Alley. More or less unique in London.
Written April 7, 2017
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zviamely
Tel Aviv, Israel154 contributions
Modest, nice gallery, interesting exhibition
Aug 2016 • Couples
We discovered the gallery by chance. Curiosity led us inside. Warm welcoming at the entrance. A very interesting exhibition of Lukas Duwenhögger. Talented artist coping in creative ways with identity and belonging dilemmas. If you are at the neighborhood
take the time to visit.
Written September 5, 2016
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Ian C
London, UK23,970 contributions
A hidden gem in Spitalfields
Mar 2015 • Solo
Located in the Spitalfields area and only a short walk from Liverpool Street Station, this private art gallery located in historic domestic houses with a contemporary extension created in 2009 runs a series of modern art exhibitions which are worth seeing, the current linked to the magazine Studio International and the role of its editor in promoting the role and importance of art in the changing environment from the mid 1960's to 1970's, with many works on display from artists of that time
Written March 25, 2015
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