Camden Town, London - VisitLondon.com. Camden Town has been a residential area since the 1790s, but it was only the development of the Grand Union Canal and the improved railway transport that turned it into a bustling part of London.
Today, visitors and locals gather to hunt for treasures in Camden's markets, stroll by Regent's Canal, gaze at the beautiful buildings, sample cuisine from around the world, listen to live music and soak up the vibrant and diverse atmosphere. Many famous people, including Dylan Thomas, Walter Sickert and Amy Winehouse, have made Camden their home. Camden Markets The labyrinthine open-air markets and myriad retail outlets of Camden will keep the keenest shoppers busy, with everything from vintage to futuristic designs on offer.
The individual markets are: Shop by theme > Museum of Childhood. London Shops: Unique, Unusual and Specialist Shops in London - Things To Do. London is full of specialist boutiques, quirky markets and funky shops.
From Tatty Devine to The Beatles Store, The Moomin Shop to Hoxton Street Monster Supplies, you'll find unusual gifts, souvenirs and a dose of history in London's specialist shops. Whatever you're after in London, you can guarantee someone, somewhere will stock it! Alice Through The Looking Glass Down the rabbit hole in Cecil Court near Charing Cross station, Alice Through The Looking Glass is a treasure-trove of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland-themed items. From illustrated chess boards, to Victorian top hats and early editions of the Alice books, this curious shop is well worth a visit. 360 - a virtual tour of Harrods store london at harrods.com.
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