What could be better than a weekend exploring the Street Art in Shoreditch, London? We had an amazing time exploring this enigmatic part of the East End of London, wandering through little alleys, along the famous Brick Lane, and generally gawking at the colourful characters. This now trendy area in the East End wasn’t always so vibrant, and so arty. It was once a working class area that has gone through a regeneration and Is now very hipster; as in think Melbourne hipster, and interestingly both of these places do have amazing street art, coffee houses, pubs and bars, and a bit of ‘tude to go with it.
Spending a weekend meandering Rivington Street, Brushfield Street, Hanbury Street, Fashion Street, Great Eastern Street, and Brick Lane will expose you to some of the best international street artists and their works.
There are many walking tours on offer around Shoreditch, so you don’t miss anything.
Street Art in Shoreditch Tours
Shoreditch Street Art Tour and Workshop, latest details here, and Shoreditch Street Art Private Photography Tour including Brick Lane and a 2-hour East London Walking Tour: Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane, Shoreditch
How to get to Shoreditch High Street in London and South East by National Rail, Bus, Tube
It is very easy to get to Shoreditch from any part of London
Where to stay in Shoreditch
There are lots of places to suit all budgets. Check here for latest prices and availability
What to eat in Shoreditch, London
Beigel Bake is iconic, and not to be missed. 159 Brick Lane
Curry – everyone who comes to London or lives in London ends up at Brick Lane, Shoreditch for curry. You cannot go wrong as the competition is fierce. Thrillist has ranked them all for you. Big effort, so check it out here.
What to drink in Shoreditch, London?
Do a Shoreditch Pub Crawl in London, because it is fun to say the least; latest details here.
A guide to Street Art in Shoreditch, London
Hope you enjoyed this guide to Street Art in Shoreditch, London.