Welcome to the Church of St Michael and All Angels, located in Shoreditch. This Victorian church is a handsome Gothic establishment filled with unique paraphernalia that harnesses a sense of archaic whimsy. The church is home to Westland London, a prestigious antiques store that sells antiquities from the Renaissance period, Regency period, Georgian period – and many, many more historical eras. Westland London is set out in such a way that when you enter the building, you feel as though you’re entering another time. This church is a labyrinth that takes you through several different eras of British architectural wonder; picture archaic stain glass windows and scenic garden displays protected by stone lions. Indulge in the visual feast of statues, fireplaces and sculptures that are delectably put on offer by this majestic example of British heritage. This gorgeous masterpiece was originally designed by Victorian architect James Brook and is now the residence of some of the most beautiful antique items in London.
This is a perfect London visit for lovers of historical architecture and interiors. A must visit destination during your next stay at Montcalm City Hotel London.
The nearest tube station to the Church of St Michael and All Angels in Shoreditch is Old Street Station, which is connected to the Northern line.
Shoreditch High Street Train Station is also close by, and is connected to the East London Line.
Nearby Shopping Places
Shoreditch is filled with cool vintage clothes stores and markets for you to explore.
Broadgate Circle is also close by (located near Liverpool Street) and is filled with cute market stalls during the winter months and places to eat.
Spitalfields Market is also just a walk away and offers visitors a chance to explore London’s history. Spitalfields Market is over 350 years old and certainly has a few stories up its sleeve!
Nearby Eating Places
Fancy a bite near the Church of St Michael and All Angels in Shoreditch? Why not visit The Princess of Shoreditch, a cool gastropub with a delectable pub lunch menu? Or if you feel like a steak, take yourself to the Tramshed for some of the best meat in London.
If you’re a fan of urban street art make sure to check out famous street artist Pure Evil’s exhibition just around the corner from Westland London.
The streets Shoreditch are an attraction in themselves - they are a kaleidoscope of colour and expression displaying some of the most iconic examples of street art in the world. The artistic voices of Banksy, Bambi, Pure Evil and far, far more are heard loud and proud throughout Shoreditch.
Make sure you take advantage of all the galleries, vintage markets, edgy bars and pubs Shoreditch has to offer.