Hackney guide

The London borough of Hackney incorporates some 1,151 streets. Hackney at its widest point is 6.3 miles by 6 miles in length.

The London borough of Hackney

Hackney possesses a rich mix of cultures and traditions. Popular destinations include super-trendy Shoreditch, a thriving cultural fringe of the City of London with a wide range of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and comedy venues. Visit the acclaimed Geffrye Museum which tells the history of domestic furniture from 1600 to the 1950s. The area is filled with thriving street markets including Petticoat Lane, Brick Lane and Ridley Road in Dalston which offers goods from across the world in a friendly, bustling atmosphere.

Other attractions include the National Trust owned Sutton House - a rare example of a Tudor red-brick house built for the Principal Secretary of State for Henry VIII. Hackney is also home to the Hackney Empire theatre and Stoke Newington Church Street with its eclectic array of specialist shops, cafes and ethnic restaurants.

These 1,151 streets are home to over 1851 featured venues, which include 638 restaurants, 504 shops, 163 attractions, 269 clubs and pubs and 116 leisure venues.

Streets in the London borough of Hackney


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Street Name Nearby Local Services
Abbot Street
Abersham Road
Acton Mews
Ada Street
Aden Grove
Adley Street
Adolphus Road
Ainsworth Road
Aitken Close
Albert Close
Albion Drive
Albion Drive
Albion Grove
Albion Road
Albion Road
Albion Square
Albion Square
Albion Terrace
Alcester Crescent
Alconbury Road
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