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London Great Eastern Street
The London Great Eastern Street car park is conveniently located in one of London’s most historical neighbourhoods. Travel back in time and you’d have found Shakespeare writing his latest play here, and innumerable theatres entertaining the locals. However, the creatives were drawn to the allure of central London and moved away. Shoreditch quickly descended into slums and crime, headed by London’s most notorious murderer, Jack the Ripper. However, over the last decade, Shoreditch has wooed the artistic community back within its borders and is now considered to be one of the most vibrant and progressive parts of the capital. You’ll find some outstanding restaurants, theatres, live music venues, hip bars, and excellent shopping and, with the London Great Eastern Street NCP just minutes away, it’s all within easy walking distance of some of the most convenient parking in London.
Howard Griffin Gallery Parking
A recent arrival to the area, the Howard Griffin Gallery opened in 2013, focusing on contemporary art exhibitions and thought-provoking installations. It is home to works from internationally acclaimed and up-and-coming artists, and is an easy way to spend a few hours. Parking in London is difficult at the best of times so, to ensure your day goes smoothly, pre-book a space at the London Great Eastern Street NCP, which is only three minutes’ walk from the gallery.
London College of Fashion Parking
The world-famous London College of Fashion has been nurturing the best in fashion-centric creativity for over 100 years. It covers all aspects of the industry, from design and media to the business side of one of the world’s most competitive trades. There are events and open days throughout the year and, with the London Great Eastern Street NCP a mere five-minute walk from the nearest tube station, you can mix with the fashionistas of the future in next to no time.
Shoreditch/Hoxton Area Parking
Shoreditch and Hoxton are must-sees for any budding Ripperologists. Guided ‘Ripper Tours’ are available across the region and, once you’re walking among the imposing Victorian architecture, the atmosphere becomes decidedly chilly. For something less macabre, Spitalfields Market is the place to hunt out unique and interesting goods, as well as the place to enjoy some local street food. Shoreditch High Street, the heart of the area, is four minutes away on foot from London Great Eastern Street car park.
Brick Lane Parking
As well as being the cultural heart of the East End, Brick Lane is also home to a huge Bangladeshi community, who have made the lane famous for its authentic curries. You’ll also find the eclectic Brick Lane Market operating every Sunday, where you can buy unique handbags, clothes and jewellery. The London Great Eastern Street NCP is only ten minutes away, which is perfect when you’re returning to your car, laden with shopping bags.
Important information: This car park is closed on bank holidays.