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I have walked along this street many, many times.
In honesty it is not somewhere you would suggest a visitor to London to go to. It is more one of those roads you would use to get from A > B while walking around London....More
This road is not much of an attraction in itself. Some of the architecture is interesting but there are some hidden attractions especially the London Silver Vaults at the North end and Lincoln's Inn to the West.
Our most recent visit to London involved a series of enjoyable long walks through the central area of the this great city.
One day while walking along Fleet Street towards St. Paul's Cathedral, we took a major deviation for a stroll along Chancery Lane. We...More
Chancery Lane runs from Holbourn to Fleet Street and has retained some very old buildings retailing. Quite a few formal gentleman's clothing shops and some shops selling gowns and legal associated clothing further down. I did notice some very nice old pubs that sell good...More
Chancery Lane runs from High Holborn in the north to Fleet Street in the south passing on its western side Lincoln's Inn and Carey Street affording access to the Royal Courts of Justice via aside entrance which is much quieter than the main entrance in...More
Chancery Lane connects Fleet Street with High Holborn. Historically, the street is associated with the legal profession. This continues to the present day with consulting firms and other business occupying the street now.
Chancery lane is one of the oldest areas of London stretching around the tube station with the same name, and although there is not much to see around here, if you do not have any business here, you might know it because of the Hatton...More
Chancery Lane has a long historic relationship with the legal professional which has been in existence since the 1100s when the High Court of the Chancery started its association with the area. You can sense the security in this street that connects Fleet Street to...More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.