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Between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, London England
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour

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Discover the haunted side of London on a virtual ghost tour that reveals haunted houses, cemeteries, and harrowing historic tales. A great way to learn more about London without leaving the security of your own home, this tour includes an array of interesting details from your guide. Plus, interactive quizzes keep you engaged and ensure you don’t get bored. All tour times are in the British Summer Time timezone.
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Janet C wrote a review Mar 2020
Stockport, United Kingdom1,855 contributions331 helpful votes
Beautiful roofed arcade with lovely independent retail outlets. Upmarket shopping at its best tastefully decorated
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Date of experience: November 2019
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BigHugh51 wrote a review Dec 2019
Adelaide, Australia3,642 contributions1,183 helpful votes
One day whilst again partaking in another extended stay in London, we had made our way into central London to see Buckingham Palace yet again. Afterwards, we spent a bit of time exploring some of the nearby neighbourhoods. In the process we came across Piccadilly Arcade which runs between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street. We had walked through this upmarket shopping arcade once before, during a previous stay in London. As we remembered that, as an interesting window-shopping experience, we decided to take another look. Little had changed since our previous visit. The arcade is still home to a number of exclusive fashion stores, jewellers’ shops and a couple of fancy gift shops. For us, this was again simply a window-shopping experience. The prices being asked for the merchandise on offer reflect the exclusive location of the shops and arcade. However, we stilled enjoyed our second visit to the Piccadilly Arcade. It was again pleasant to view the impressive interior architecture of the arcade and the well-presented window displays in a number of the small shops located within the arcade.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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StephenCross wrote a review Nov 2019
Dublin, Ireland14,941 contributions1,574 helpful votes
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Nice little roofed in arcade near green park. Great little quirky shops so well worth a visit. Recommended
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Janet C wrote a review Oct 2019
Stockport, United Kingdom1,855 contributions331 helpful votes
Close to Mayfair this beautiful arcade is found between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, with numerous exclusive shops. Well worth a visit even if it’s only to window shop
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Date of experience: August 2019
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futtock21 wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom9,842 contributions1,260 helpful votes
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The Piccadilly Arcade almost directly opposite its longer and more illustrious neighbour the Burlington Arcade runs from the south side of Piccadilly to Jermyn Street. Opened in 1909 to the design of Thrace Jell, it comprises 28 shops on the ground floor, whilst the first floor was originally offices until concerted into the Felix Hotel in 1925. Badly bombed in 1941 the Arcade was not fully restored until 1957. It currently houses mainly outfitters with the occasional chocolatier or art gallery.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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