6 Things to Do at London’s Bustling Liverpool Street


One of the leading financial centres in the world and home to the City of London, Liverpool Street is one of the most fascinating areas of London. Enjoy easy access to this lively and multicultural neighbourhood with your stay at The Montcalm Royal London House, with luxurious rooms, a spa, show-stopping bars, restaurants, and great connections to keep all of London close by!

On this note, here’s our list of the most wonderful things to see and do in Liverpool Street.

Explore Old Spitalfields Market 

Located on the east of Liverpool station, you’ll find London’s charming Spitalfields Market. It is one of the finest surviving Victorian market halls in the city where you’ll find a mix of independent fashion, wellness and beauty brands, daily traders’ markets, and street food stalls. Themed markets are held every day of the week in the central event space, so visit to grab one-of-a-kind gifts, browse art from local artists, and discover new flavours at gourmet street food trucks and family-friendly restaurants.

Take in the Charm of Brick Lane

An absolute must-visit when you are exploring Liverpool Street is Brick Lane. It’s a diverse melting pot of vintage fashion boutiques, lively bars, and tantalising street food spots, only moments away from your Finsbury Square hotel.

Take in the culture as you wander around the 15th-century roads of Brick Lane, and if you’re a fan of street art and graffiti, explore the area between Bethnal Green Road and Buxton Street. So, keep that camera ready and have an amazing experience!

Immerse Yourself in Van Gogh’s Art 

Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition is an enthralling 360-degree art exhibition in London that beautifully blurs the line between art and technology. Step into the world of the Dutch genius, Vincent Van Gogh, walk through his best artworks and experience a day in his life with an excellent VR experience.

Admire the City Views from Sky Garden 

What better way to admire London than way up high above the bustle of the city and the march of pedestrians on the street? Just a short walk away from the Montcalm Hotel Liverpool Street, you’ll find London’s highest public garden- Sky Garden. Stroll through the lush landscaped indoor gardens and make your way to the viewing gallery on the 43rd floor of the Walkie-Talkie building, all for free. Fancy a drink or a meal? Try one of Sky Garden’s many bars and restaurants for swanky cocktails and modern British fare.

Wander Around the Historic Leadenhall Market  

Nestled in the heart of Square Mile in London, the ever-so-magical Leadenhall Market is one of the oldest markets in the city. It was originally a poultry and meat market in London but is now home to dozens of boutique retailers, wine bars and restaurants that you can explore. Take a walk around the market’s cobbled walkways and see if you can recognise the scenes surrounding Diagon Alley in the movie Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone that were originally shot here.

Explore The Bank of England Museum

Delve into the captivating history of the Bank of England of the UK at The Bank of England Museum in London. Discover why banknotes are so difficult to copy and why people started using paper money. Explore the Modern Economy Room and find out about the gold bars in the bank’s underground vaults. Pose for selfies in the ‘gold corridor’ and try to lift a real gold bar for yourself at the Rotunda Room!

From fantastic markets and eateries to one-of-a-kind attractions, London’s Liverpool Street has it all. So, plan your visit now and enjoy exploring this lively neighbourhood in London.