A stroll in Shoreditch is an art tour. So to say, Shoreditch is an attraction by all means. Once desolate, Shoreditch today is an artistic society that blooms with art galleries, trendy bars and numerous music venues. It has never failed to keep its characteristic charm alive and intact. Hit any street and you will experience the incredible art and architecture.
Some of the attractions in Shoreditch are:
Wesley’s Chapel and House: Wesley’s Chapel and House traces the history of Methodism from as early as the 18th century. It was built by John Wesley, an Anglican divine and theologian. The museum comprises his possessions and also his personal library.
Geffrye Museum: This eccentric museum illustrates the style of English domestic interior from the 1600s. Take a walk through it and you will experience the progression from Georgian décor to Victorian décor. The museum also reflects on how society was like.
Head to Dennis Severs’ House for an unmatched experience of artsy eccentricity. Created in 1724, this period house shows the lives of a family of Huguenot weavers. Every room here takes visitors to a different world and offers a unique experience.