Whether you want to embrace the buzz of London’s West End or enjoy a relaxing meal, Leicester Square exists to entertain and welcomes over 2.5 million visitors each week. Built-in 1670 as a gentrified residential area, Leicester Square was home to up-market society, including the Prince of Wales.
Known as the beating heart of London, Leicester Square is a cultural hub surrounded by an array of entertainment, from a world-class casino and ODEON cinema to the M&M’s store, Europe’s largest sweet shop, and the LEGO store.
Leicester Square also boasts an abundance of high street restaurants and bars, many of which offer special pre-theatre menus. The TKTS half-price ticket booth is on the south side of Leicester Square offers cheap tickets for theatre performances since its establishment in 1980.
Closest tube station: Leicester Square
Click here to discover more about Leicester Square