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Home of the world famous vibrant CAMDEN MARKET that includes a vast array of traders with everything from fashion and footwear, to jewellery, art, housewares and antiques.

Camden Market is a hub for artists, creatives, designers and makers. From handmade to vintage, there’s some hidden gems waiting to be found.

There’s plenty to eat and drink, with cult cafes, terrace bars, top-notch street food and fresh-baked sweet stuff. there are literally hundreds of choices in the Market to tempt your taste buds whilst exploring maze of shops in nestled in former warehouses and quirky converted stables.

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Photo Credit:  Mitya Ku

The Waterbus has its own entrance directly into the Zoo, providing a pleasant way to arrive and avoiding queues at the main gate.

From April 2019 our dedicated ZOO EXPRESS services travel to and from ZSL London Zoo

We also have boats departing to Little Venice & Camden Lock. the ideal way to round off your visit or add an extra aspect to your day out.


Opened in 1847, London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. It's 36 acres are home to over 19,000 species. The Zoo participates in international research across the world to protect endangered species.

The Snowdon Aviary, built in 1965, was the world's first walk through aviary and can be seen from the canal.



Passing through the north edge of Regents Park, the Regent’s Canal provides a green and tranquil backdrop to what was once an urban industrial waterway. The Waterbus passes contrasting scenery of expansive landscaped back gardens of Victorian and Georgian houses, including stately modern villas used by Ambassadors and international diplomats.

There are also moorings for a variety of live aboard boats and a power station. The Regent’s canal has ornamental iron bridges such as the pillared Macclesfield bridge, as well as the long echoey depths of the Maida Hill tunnel.

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