This is very pleasant part of the city with a great history. The first settlement was established here in the 7th century, a village and a trading point called Ludenwic (which meant London trading town). Later it was known as Ealdwic (“old market place”) which was recorded in the early 13th century as Aldewich. Located at the border of the... 更多
The name of this area comes from the old Saxon settlement here next to the Thames.The strangely shaped Bush House is partially built on the site of the old Gaiety Theatre.Lots of prominent buildings are nearby including Somerset House and Royal Courts of Justice.
Aldwych area is a crescent street, connected to the Strand at both ends. Other streets connecting to Aldwych are Drury Lane, Kingsway, India Place and Melbourne Place. Notable buildings in this area are: Aldwych Theatre, Novello Theatre, India House, Australia House, Hotel Waldorf Hilton, The ME Hotel, Connaught House, Columbia House, Aldwych House, Clement House, The London School of Economics,... 更多
We had been to visit Trafalgar Square and we decided to take a walk along the Strand to see the sights there. Eventually, we came to the junction where Aldwych branches off the Strand in an arc. Further on, at the site of Australia House, Aldwych rejoins the Strand. Our stroll through Aldwych, provided us with an opportunity to view... 更多
There is a dedicated review site for 'Aldwych Tube Station' which can be visited occasionally by guided tour, but people still put their reviews of that 'attraction' here. Also there's a recent review for a West End Show somewhere or other which will be long finished by the time anyone reads it. Ridiculous! The prolific 'BradJill' rate this 'poor' and... 更多
The Aldwych area is located along The Strand in Westminster and refers to the area encompassed in between the The... 更多
It's a moderately interesting complement to the transport museum but basically just a tube station that has some parts that... 更多