Harley Street

The street is a mixture of fine Georgian and Victorian houses. Florence Nightingale, founder of the famous school of nursing, lived at No.47. Before becoming the domain of private clinics, Harley Street was the home of a number of the nation's eminent people, such as Wellington (No.11), Turner (No.64), Gladstone and Allan Ramsay.

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st. Harley

Nearby tourist attractions

Portland Place
Portland Place
During the Regency period, this street
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Chandos House
Chandos House
At the northern end stands the superbly
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Marylebone
Marylebone
Marylebone combines the appeal of a
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All Souls Church
All Souls Church
John Nash designed this church in 1824
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Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square
Begun in 1717 as a focal point to the
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St Peter's, Marylebone
St Peter's, Marylebone
Originally designed as a small chapel
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Portland Place
Portland Place
During the Regency period, this street
0:15
Chandos House
Chandos House
At the northern end stands the superbly
0:15
Marylebone
Marylebone
Marylebone combines the appeal of a
1:00
See all