Shoreditch is perhaps most famous for its food, art and shopping amenities. The pop-up shops in Boxpark are a crowd favourite, as is Dinerama just down the road.
There is a wide range of food and drinking outlets available in Shoreditch, we would recommend visiting: Eyre Brothers, The Tramshed, Hawksmoor, Breakfast Club, The Hoxton Hotel or Dishoom. If it is a drink you fancy, why not try either the Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes or The Jones Family Project both offer great spaces and an excellent selection of drinks. The Queen of Hoxton, a rooftop bar in Shoreditch, is also well worth a visit.
Shoreditch has no shortage of green space. With a huge 19 hectares, Shoreditch Park is one of the largest parks in Hackney offering a wide variety of art, playing fields, and two community ping-pong tables.
Shoreditch’s street art is always worth a mention, with an eclectic collection of artists, including Banksy and Stik, Shoreditch has a very vibrant appeal. Shoreditch was also home to the first playhouse in Britain, built in 1576, it played some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
Primary schools in Shoreditch include: William Davis Primary School and St Matthias C of E School.
Secondary schools in Shoreditch include: City of London Academy and Green Spring Academy.
Shoreditch is very well connected whether you are travelling by road or by train.
Higher Education establishments in Shoreditch include: UAL London College of Fashion and London Metropolitan University.
There is a variety of public transport options available in Shoreditch including rail, bus and bike. Santander Cycles are dotted through the capital and Shoreditch has a range of tube and Overground stations nearby. You can pick up National Rail and underground services or Old Street and Moorgate where you can get the Underground to Kings Cross and Morden and beyond.