Famous Sights at Paddington

Paddington is a district which is a part of the City of Westminster. This comes within west London.

The three major landmarks of Paddington Districts are – Paddington station, St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington Green Police Station.

For outstation visitors, Park Grand Paddington Court London, provides the true staying experience with classy rooms and just a 5 minute walk from the Paddington Station.

Places to visit in Paddington: Paddington has plenty to offer visitors. From sports and arts to shopping and entertainment, it is all there.

Little Venice: Little Venice is one of the most idyllic and breathtaking waterway areas in London. It marks the spot where the Grand Union Canal meets with the Regent’s Canal. This one of the world’s famous tourist spot attractions across all five continents and still continues to draw visitors.

Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum – Visitors can see the laboratory in which Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928, the discovery which changed world of medicine forever.   . The laboratory in which Fleming made his discovery has been reconstructed to an amazing to how it would have looked like in 1928.  It seems transportation in time.

Bryan’s Boat Trips: These boat trips have been serving visitors with barge tours of both the Grand Union Canal and the Regent’s Canal for many years and have become very popular. The trips are of various lengths and prices, and depart from the centre of Little Venice on a regular basis during the summer months.

Canal Cafe Theatre: The Canal Cafe Theatre is a exquisitely lovely sight located on the banks of the Grand Union Canal in Little Venice. It is one of the finest fringe theatres London  and  has a reputation   of a place that exhibits the  promising new writing talents .Comedy shows are held all along the week.

Cascade Gallery: The Cascade Art Gallery is a art gallery based on a barge in Little Venice in Paddington. The gallery is a accredited popular event   during the summer when tourists descend on Little Venice.

Hyde Park Gardens: While Hyde Park is a world famous icon, Hyde Park Gardens is an exclusive residential square close to Hyde Park and Paddington Station. The gardens are by themselves are home to a unique selection of   unusual plant life depicted as a visitors eyesight delight.

Leicester Square Gardens: This greenery personified   gardens is  a great place to seep into the better part  l of nature in the middle of one of the biggest and busiest cities in the world, London.

Norfolk Square Gardens: Another beautiful example of serenity and tranquility in the middle of daily London city hustle bustle.

From gym, bar, conference room, free wi-fi, classy restaurant,   it is all there at BEST WESTERN Shaftesbury Paddington Court London. The search for a good hotel at Paddington ends here.

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