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Edith Evans George Symons Richard Hamilton Douglas Douglas-Hamilton
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Prince of Wales
"Came across this pub while visiting London for the first time. Great place, super staff advised me on everything about the neighbourhood and what to see. Made me feel like ..." More

Lupus Street Dental Practice
"I've been going to this practice for over 10 years and that should tell you something. I had a very bad experience with a different dentist many years ago and ..." More

"I am glad I have booked our table for 5 in advance. UNo restaurant was full and I saw the waiter turning some customers away. The menu is extensive with ..." More

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Pimlico is perhaps one of the least famous areas of central London, even though it's within the City of Westminster and enjoys a riverside location on the north bank of the Thames, opposite Vauxhall. The scenic Pimlico Gardens, spreading out parallel to the water, are as popular with locals and visitors as they are with individuals and firms holding marquee events. The area, newly fashionable among homebuyers, features a mix of handsome Victorian townhouses designed by Thomas Cubitt and local authority housing which in places like the landmark Hide Tower building has also become highly desirable. Pimlico's big tourist attraction is the Tate Britain gallery which contains the world's finest collection of British art, with exhibits dating back to 1500. A regular boat service sails between Tate Britain and Tate Modern, also stopping at the London Eye. Pimlico is at the centre of SW1's annual SouthWestFest summer festival, and it's a perfect base for river tours and walks. It's also within easy reach of destinations such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the Churchill Museum and Somerset House. Pimlico is ideally situated for travellers, with access to the A4. Victoria Station is nearby to the north west.


Churton Street Dental Clinic
Lupus Street Dental Practice


Belgrave Medical Centre

Estate Agent


Farmers Market

Pimlico Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Ebury Arms
Orange Brewery
Prince of Wales
Rising Sun


City Cafe
Goya Pimlico
Ken Lo's Memories of China
The Ebury


Churchill Garden Primary School

Fairley House Lower School
St Barnabas' C of E Primary School


Dolphin House Serviced Apartments


Cavendish Law
Paul Hampton
Piper Smith Watton LLP
Witham Weld


Westminster Cars


Rippon Cheese Stores
Memento Flowers
Pimlico Eyecare


Appley Hoare Antiques
Blanchard Ltd
Carrasco Humphrey
Chelsea Antique Mirrors & Co
Gifford Mead Nicholas
Gisel Andi
Hamilton Ross (Antiques) Ltd

Lamberty Ltd
Jamb Limited

Places to Stay near Pimlico

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Dolphin House Serviced Apartments (0.09 miles)

Dolphin House Serviced Apartments

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These elegant, serviced apartments are located in residential Westminster within 3.5 acres of idyllic landscaped gardens along the River Thames. Dolphin House is a modern apartment block with on-site shops, a fitness ... More

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King William IV (0.19 miles)

King William IV

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Traditional English pub that started life as a coaching inn over two hundred years ago, it is now a friendly and warm English pub with a long history of offering ... More

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Blades Hotel B&B (0.26 miles)

Blades Hotel B&B
Situated in the heart of London, Blades Hotel is a privately-run hotel offering a friendly welcome and personal attention. It is located in London's central area of Pimlico, close to Victoria, Westminster and Belgravia.

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Days Inn Westminister (0.30 miles)

Days Inn Westminister

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Days Inn Westminster - styled in keeping with Victorian character of the building to create balanced mix of tradition and high standards demanded by today’s travellers. Situated in the heart ... More

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Sidney Hotel London-Victoria (0.31 miles)

Sidney Hotel London-Victoria

The Sidney Hotel London-Victoria, an elegant Georgian building recently refurbished, is a favourite haunt of tourists from both home and abroad, and a preferred base for businessmen. The property offers reasonably priced accommodation ensuring that ... More | visit website

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Victoria Inn (0.32 miles)

Victoria Inn

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Welcome to the Victoria Inn London offering comfortable budget accommodation in Central London. The hotel is conveniently situated close to Victoria Underground, Railway and Coach Stations. British Airways Terminal and ... More

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The Caswell (0.36 miles)

The Caswell

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The Caswell Hotel is a small and idyllic family-run hotel situated in the heart of Westminster, one of central London's most prestigious areas. When visiting London, location is everything and ... More

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Huttons Hotel (0.37 miles)

Huttons Hotel

With reasonable rates and 24-hour reception, Huttons Hotel is a refurbished Victorian building, a few minutes’ walk from Victoria Coach, Train and Underground stations. A central London hotel, Huttons is ideal for Buckingham Palace, the Houses ... More | visit website

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Airways Hotel (0.45 miles)

Airways Hotel

Airways Hotel Victoria is an elegant 19th-century property, providing good value accommodation and friendly service. Victoria Tube Station is a 3-minute walk away and Buckingham Palace is nearby. All comfortable rooms have a TV and en ... More | visit website

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Best Western Victoria Palace (0.45 miles)

Best Western Victoria Palace

Best Western Victoria Palace is a newly renovated and refurbished Hotel with modern facilities and is an ideal place for leisure and business travelers. The Hamilton House Hotel is conveniently situated within 5 minutes walk ... More | visit website

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