Baker Street Vacations
West End, East End and Oxford Street, are nearby areas which are also worth exploring.
London is widely known as home to Big Ben. This iconic landmark is less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from the middle of the city.
Spend time in the center of London. Don’t miss Buckingham Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and Trafalgar Square.
Savvy travelers in Baker Street, interested in finding out what makes the area tick, will love the nearby museums and theaters. In particular, you should make sure you check out the Victoria and Albert Museum, the British Museum and Wallace Collection. Book in for a live performance at the Lyceum Theatre, the Royal Opera House and the Queens Theatre. The area is a dream destination for lovers of art. Don’t miss National Gallery, Photographers' Gallery and Queen's Gallery.
If you are travelling with kids, you’ll make their day if you take them to the child-friendly attractions nearby. Bring the family to a visit to London Zoo, and get a glimpse of some interesting creatures.
If the weather is good, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and make the most of the nearby green spaces. On a sunny day, visit Green Park and the St. James Park, a place where families can escape the crowds. The conservation parks such as Primrose Hill, allow visitors to see the birds, trees and plants that flourish in the local area.
Destinations such as Piccadilly Circus, The Mall and Westminster Cathedral make great places to visit while you are in the Baker Street area,. Take the time to visit religious sites such as the London St. Paul's Church. Admire the beautiful craftsmanship and gain an appreciation of the role religion in Baker Street. Learn about London’s past by visiting Nelson's Column.
Add to your wardrobe, stock up on food or just people-watch at nearby shopping hotspots such as Selfridges, Beauchamp Place and the Whiteleys Shopping Centre.
Watch the Marylebone Cricket Club go into battle on their home ground, the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground. When there is no game scheduled, sports enthusiasts can still visit Lord's Cricket Ground to catch a backstage tour.
To really get to know Baker Street, think about staying at one of the area’s charming bed and breakfast or hotel options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks check out the Hilton London Metropole, the London House Hotel, and the popular Lancaster London.