Explore Hoxton Square


Hoxton Square is in a very trendy part of east London, which isn’t too far from Shoreditch and Dalston. You’ll find that independent culture is thriving in this area of the city and is perfect for you to visit if you love all things alternative and modern.

Some of the best up-and-coming restaurants and the most exciting emerging artists are to be found in this area, plus it’s right on top of Silicon Roundabout, which is the digital and tech hub of London.

Well used old red London post boxes in Hoxton, London in 2005
Well used old red London post boxes in Hoxton, London in 2005

For hotels near Shoreditch and Hoxton Square, look no further than M by Montcalm Shoreditch London Tech City Hotel. It’s perfect whether you’re in town on business for a couple of days or are enjoying a romantic holiday together.

Nearby Tube

The nearest Tube station to Hoxton Square is Old Street and is about a six-minute walk from the square itself.

From here, you can take any Northern line service across the city, which will take you to Tooting and Camden, among other places.

Nearby parking places

If you’re driving through London then you’re in luck, as there are several car parks near Hoxton Square:

  • NCP Great Eastern Street Car Park
  • NCP Car Park London Finsbury Square
  • Truman Brewery Parking
  • Easy Car Parks Ltd

Nearby eating places

As we mentioned, there are so many places for you to eat at any time of day in Hoxton Square and cuisines to suit any type of mood.

For breakfast, try The Barrel Boulangerie for freshly baked French goods or Curious Yellow Kafe, which is tight on space but great for rye, eggs, gravlax and cinnamon knots.

Have a picnic-style lunch at Hoxton Street Market or head indoors for jerk chicken at Belly’s Taste of Jamaica, even try beef pies at F Cooke Pie and Mash.

Great pub grub comes from Howl at the Moon or The George & Vulture – both do great food and have amazing decor and atmosphere.

Best nearby attractions

Although you aren’t right in central London, that doesn’t mean there aren’t amazing attractions. For some history, head to the Geffrye Museum, which is a stately home built in the 1600s, and for art get yourself along to the White Cube Gallery. The latter is a great mixture of famous and emerging artists.

For something entirely different, visit Hackney City Farm, which is perfect for families and animal lovers.

How to reach the location

To get here from Gatwick Airport, take the Northern line to London Bridge Station, swap lanes and stay on the same line taking the Tube to Old Street Station, which will be around 52 minutes in total.

If you’re travelling from Heathrow, take the Northern line to Paddington Station and swap to the Bakerloo line, then travel to Oxford Circus Station and swap to the Victoria line to King’s Cross St Pancras. From here, make your final swap back to the Northern line to get to Old Street – the whole journey will take 57 minutes.

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