2-4-1 CocktailsThe Duke of York - St Johns Wood No. 2 St Anne's Terrace, St Johns Wood, London
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There lots to see and do in the local area too. St. John’s Wood is a vibrant neighbourhood with plenty to see and do. Visitors can stroll around the iconic Abbey Road Studios, take a walk in the beautiful Regent’s Park, or for sports fans, Lord’s Cricket Ground is a must-see destination.
Every Monday after 4pm
Just a 15 minute walk from the pub, Marylebone is a neighbourhood located in the City of Westminster in central London. It is known for its charming atmosphere, picturesque streets and its mix of independent shops, high-end boutiques, and fashionable restaurants and cafes. One of the most famous landmarks in Marylebone is the iconic Sherlock Holmes Museum, which is dedicated to the famous detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
South Hampstead is a charming and picturesque neighbourhood located in the London Borough of Camden just 15 minutes walk from the Duke of York. Known for its leafy streets, beautiful Victorian and Edwardian architecture, and its proximity to Regents Park, it is a popular destination for families, professionals and artists. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Freud Museum and the Keats House Museum to discover more about the area’s history and culture.
Lord’s Cricket Ground, also known as the Home of Cricket, offers a variety of tours that allow visitors to explore the iconic stadium and learn more about its rich history and culture.
The most popular tour is the Lord’s Cricket Ground Tour, which takes visitors on a guided tour of the ground, including the famous Long Room, the Players’ Dressing Rooms, and the MCC Museum. Visitors can also enjoy a behind the scenes tour which includes the Lord’s Scorebox. These tours usually take place on non-match days and are pre-booked.
Visiting the Abbey Road crossing is a must-do for music fans and Beatles enthusiasts. The crossing, located on Abbey Road in the St. John’s Wood neighborhood of London, is famous for being featured on the cover of The Beatles’ 1969 album “Abbey Road.” The iconic image of the band crossing the street has become one of the most famous and recognizable album covers of all time.
Visitors can take a stroll across the crossing and re-create the famous image, which is a popular spot for taking photographs.
Walking around Primrose Hill in London is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and take in the stunning views of the city. The hill, located in the Primrose Hill neighbourhood, offers a beautiful panoramic view of London’s skyline, including landmarks such as the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Shard.
It’s a popular spot for picnics, walking and jogging, and relaxing. The hill is surrounded by a charming park, which is perfect for a leisurely stroll.
Don’t forget to pop into the Duke for a well earned drink after your stroll!
Regents Park in London offers a wide variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. The park is home to the London Zoo and features several gardens, including the Queen Mary’s Garden and the English Gardens. Visitors can also take a stroll along the picturesque Regent’s Canal, which runs through the park, or rent a boat for a leisurely paddle. There is also an open air theater where visitors can enjoy live performances in the summer.
The Duke of York is just a 20 minute stroll through The Regents park from ZSL London Zoo. The Zoo is a must-visit destination for animal lovers of all ages, home to over 800 species of animals, including lions, tigers, gorillas, and penguins. Visitors can take a walk on the wild side with a visit to the Tiger Territory, meet the new borns at the nursery or experience the Rainforest Life exhibit.
With Primrose Hill and Regents park just a stones throw away there are some great walks right on the pubs doorstep!
If you are looking to explore a bit of London check out this walk from St Johns Wood (past the Duke of York), through the primrose hill and onto Camden lock.
More walks here www.alltrails.com