WELCOME TO LISSON GROVE
A PLACE LIKE NO OTHER
A vibrant, thriving neighbourhood rich in food and culture from all around the world, Lisson Grove is a microcosm of energy and diversity. Bustling markets, wide open natural spaces and prestigious cultural institutions mean there’s nowhere else quite like it in the capital.
TREASURE AND TRINKETS
Whether you’re eyeing up old relics through the windows of Church Street’s antiques markets and vintage boutiques, or heading inside to rummage through yourself, get lost in a wonderful world of curiosities and collectibles.
Where community & culture intersect
The to-ing and fro-ing of commuters, residents and visitors takes place against the hum of bustling food markets. Try, buy and barter your way up and down Church Street for fresh, handpicked fruit and veg, as well as many other market goods.
London’s largest indoor antiques market, bringing together over 50 dealers over 5 floors with everything from furniture to jewellery for sale. Open daily and just a stone’s throw from Carrick Yard, it’s the perfect place to get lost and delve into bygone eras.
Lord’s Cricket Ground
At over 200 years old, Lord’s is regarded as one the world’s most historic and prestigious cricket grounds. Hosting everything from the world cup to weekly county cricket games, the ground serves a sporting mecca and the perfect place to spend long summer days.
Established in Lisson Grove during the 60’s, the Lisson Gallery is one of the world’s most influential contemporary art galleries. Hosting giants of the art world such as Anish Kapoor, the gallery has grown with such prominence that it now has two sister galleries in New York and Shanghai.
ON THE WATER'S EDGE
Once a major highway of the nation’s waterborne transport network, the canal’s towpaths are now peaceful, green havens perfect for walking, jogging or simply watching the world go by. A serene quarter of waterside walkways bordering the core of London.
Peer just beyond the main thoroughfares and discover an under-the-radar world of quiet streets, period architecture and local favourites. Marylebone and neighbouring Little Venice, Paddington and St John’s Wood are laden with little-known spots that let you escape the hustle and bustle.
5 MIN WALK
WATERSIDE CAFE OF
8 MIN WALK
Live and learn
London is the most popular student city in the world, with 45 universities and over 100,000 international students to its name. Carrick Yard puts you within 30 minutes of some of the world’s most revered institutions of learning including UCL, LSE and King’s College.
LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL
15 MIN WALK
ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC
12 MIN WALK