Part of the A40, High Holborn is a main service road that runs through central London close to Sir John Soane’s Museum. Being part of a bustling, vibrant area, High Holborn is in the thick of the action and offers a host of amenities and facilities on the doorstep. In addition to this, the road is very close to a wide range of exciting historic sights and attractions. Nearby places of interest include the Hunterian Museum, Conway Hall, the Museums of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the beautifully designed Inns of Court and Royal Courts of Justice.
Many different companies have serviced offices in High Holborn, making it a diverse commercial area. Among the businesses that are located here are financial service providers, market research companies, marketing consultants, architects, solicitors, patent agents, advertising agencies, and insurance service providers. You will also find organisations such as the Commercial Office of the Cuban Embassy and the French Chambers of Commerce in High Holborn.
Entertainment And Dining Out
High Holborn offers up a variety of excellent entertainment. Head to a show at the nearby Volupte Lounge, take in an evening of live comedy at The George or enjoy a unique movie experience at the two-screen Renoir Cinema. Dining options in the area include everything from delis and cafes for a quick snack to fine dining establishments offering international cuisine, as well as British dishes. If you are a vegetarian, you can look forward to some great menu options at Vanilla Black.
Getting about from High Holborn is easy and convenient, and its location on a major road artery is great for those with their own vehicle. Holborn also has its very own tube station and Chancery Lane underground is only a short walk away. Mainline overground services are accessible at Farringdon and City Thameslink stations. The area is well served by taxis and bus services too, which makes it equally ideal for those who choose not to drive.