London University

Founded in 1836, the university has been located in Bloomsbury since the period after the Second World War II, although the Senate House has been based here since 1932. Colleges, faculties and new institutions are in the immediate vicinity, occupying 18C and 19C buildings and an eclectic complex incorporating brick, stone, concrete, steel, mosaic work and glass which is seemingly continuously being extended.

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Bloomsbury

Nearby tourist attractions

Bedford Square
Bedford Square
This best conserved and most attractive
30 minutes
Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury
This old residential area encompasses
60 minutes
Great Russell Street
Great Russell Street
Located at the west end of this street
15 minutes
Pollock's Toy Museum
Pollock's Toy Museum
The puppet theatres which were the
Cartoon Museum
Cartoon Museum
Le Cartoon Art Trust and its museum
St George's Bloomsbury
St George's Bloomsbury
This church from 1731 was designed by
15 minutes
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Bedford Square
Bedford Square
This best conserved and most attractive
30 minutes
Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury
This old residential area encompasses
60 minutes
Great Russell Street
Great Russell Street
Located at the west end of this street
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Pollock's Toy Museum
Pollock's Toy Museum
The puppet theatres which were the
Cartoon Museum
Cartoon Museum
Le Cartoon Art Trust and its museum
St George's Bloomsbury
St George's Bloomsbury
This church from 1731 was designed by
15 minutes
See all