About Hatton Garden
Hatton Garden is situated in the Borough of Camden, North London, and has been the centre of the City’s jewellery trade since medieval times. The name ‘Hatton Garden’ comes from the garden of the Bishop of Ely, which was gifted to Sir Christopher Hatton by Elizabeth I in 1581. Hatton Garden has a rich history and enjoys some of the oldest architecture in the City. The area is home to St Etheldreda’s Church, one of only two buildings still standing in London that date back to the reign of Edward I, and one of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in England.
Setting up your business here
There are almost 300 jewellery businesses in Hatton Garden, and the area is renowned as the centre of the UK diamond trade, with world-famous jeweller DeBeers having their headquarters here. Thus, this location is ideal for any business in the jewellery trade, offering a great range of networking opportunities, as well as a thriving passing trade all year round. Hatton Garden is also a hub for media, publishing and creative businesses, with famous businesses in the area including advertising agency Grey and digital media agency Inspira Media Group.
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Things to do in Hatton Garden
There are plenty of entertainment options in and around Hatton Garden. During the day, there are a number of museums and galleries to take in, including the Charles Dickens Museum, which offers a look into the life of the famous author across four floors. For something a little more macabre, the Hunterian Museum is situated in the Royal College of Surgeons, and has medical exhibitions and displays from throughout history. For light-hearted evening entertainment, Volupte Lounge is an alternative cabaret club with an emphasis on cheekiness and witty repartee. For smart post-work drinks, the Bleeding Heart Lounge and the Bleeding Heart Tavern each offer a selection of fine French cuisine in a traditional, sophisticated atmosphere. The buildings are set in a cobbled courtyard which offers a wonderful taste of the past.
- Tube lines: Central, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith
- Mainline stations: Holborn, Chancery Lane, Farringdon
- Nearest motorways: M1
- Nearest airports: London City, Heathrow
- Other: Buses and taxis