Wigmore Street is a 600 yard long street located in the central London area of Marylebone, in the City of Westminster. Its proximity to heavily populated London areas such as Cavendish Square and Oxford Street has helped to bring in a lot of visitor and business traffic. There are various renowned attractions in the vicinity, which go a long way towards enhancing the popularity of the area. The Handel House Museum is a beautifully restored structure that is as famous for its Georgian architecture and the shows it puts on. The Wallace Collection Art Gallery has 25 different galleries under one roof, offering a unique look into the world of British and international art.
Wigmore Street and the surrounding areas are a shopper’s delight. You can spend hours roaming the street and browsing different stores for some great products. Whether you’re looking for ladies clothing, fashionable menswear, books, antiques or even kids’ toys – you can get all this and more in the area. Many businesses also rent serviced offices in the locality, primarily gas companies, surveyors, valuers, research laboratories, accountants, investment companies, engineers, and financial consultants. MBI & Partners, The Antique Wine Company, Boston Consulting Group Ltd, Pegasus Business Sales and Skandium are all businesses which can be found near Wigmore Street.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Wigmore Hall is arguably the most popular entertainment venue on the street, not just for its splendid classical music, but the venue should also be visited for the mesmerising solo performances of international artists. The Screen cinema and London Palladium Theatre are the other entertainment options here. There are many eateries to choose from throughout the area. To enjoy some truly delectable Middle Eastern food amid extraordinary company, you can make your way to Levant. If you’re looking for a quieter evening, the Thai food at Chaopraya Eat is well worth trying.
Bond Street is the closest underground station. Oxford Circus and Marble Arch tube stations also serve the area well and are within easy walking distance. Marylebone and Euston railway stations provide connectivity to mainline railway services within the city. If you’re driving to the area, you can expect to find convenient parking at one of the several car parks in the vicinity.