By Matthew Wears
London has a ton of historic neighbourhoods with a creative flare, but none have such an important cultural value as the iconic Bloomsbury, a district that for over one hundred years has been graced by some of the most forward-thinking artists and visionary writers the city has ever produced. Located right in the centre of the city, pinned between Kings Cross Station and the exciting Soho area, exploring the timeless Victorian streets of Bloomsbury is one of the best things to do in London for anyone who wants an insight into London’s impressive creative past, with an absolute abundance of museums and galleries that celebrate the prolific creative output just waiting to be discovered! Some of the most important London attractions happen to call Bloomsbury their home, whilst other lesser known gems are hidden down unsuspecting side streets, giving the area a mysterious charm that rewards anyone who dares to take a walk off the beaten track. I’ll be featuring a mix of both of these in my ultimate Bloomsbury area guide, where you can also expect to find some of the very best spots to eat and drink, as well as discovering a handful of the totally unique things to do in Bloomsbury that I just know you’re going to love! Let’s jump right in.