Situated in the historic and bustling Covent Garden area of London, Drury Lane is known for the Theatre Royal, which has been located on the street since the 17th century although it has been rebuilt a number of times on the same site, with the current building being the fourth rebuild. Drury Lane is close to many exciting, cultural and historical places of interest as well as modern attractions. The London Film Museum and the London Transport Museum are just around the corner and there are many other museums and galleries all within walking distance.
An eclectic mix of businesses and professionals operate from Drury Lane and the immediate vicinity. Serviced offices are rented by businesses such as finance companies and consultancies while a range of entertainment venues, bars, retailers and tourist attractions are also situated in and around the area. Co Pictures, Wavex Technology Limited, Tornado Digital and The Drury Tea Company Ltd are all based in the Drury Lane area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
With Covent Garden boasting a huge range of entertainment opportunities, Drury Lane is in the thick of the action when it comes to places to enjoy an evening out. A huge number of theatres, comedy venues, live musical performances and bars are within easy reach. When you fancy dining out you can choose from an excellent variety of restaurants. You can enjoy international cuisine such as French, Indian, Italian and even Turkish, as well as a choice of fine dining facilities, delis, cafes, and coffee shops.
Drury Lane is very well connected, with a range of transport options available. Covent Garden and Holborn are the closest tube stations and mainline services can be found nearby at Charing Cross or City Thameslink. Buses and taxis can be easily accessed from Drury Lane, and for those who are driving, there are secure car parking facilities in close proximity.