Tower Hamlets guide

The London borough of Tower Hamlets incorporates some 1,525 streets. Tower Hamlets at its widest point is 6.3 miles by 6 miles in length.

The London borough of Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets is the heart of London's East End and takes its name from the Tower of London, located within the borough's boundaries. The borough is dominated by the White Tower, built in the eleventh century and home to the crown jewels, royal armouries, yeoman warders and the famous ravens.

The Tower Bridge Exhibition brings to life more than 100 years of the bridge's fascinating history with exciting animatronics and interactive displays. For shoppers, Tower Hamlets has a wealth of street markets including the century-old Sunday Flower Market at Columbia Road.

These 1,525 streets are home to over 1617 featured venues, which include 561 restaurants, 410 shops, 171 attractions, 170 clubs and pubs and 113 leisure venues.

Streets in the London borough of Tower Hamlets


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Street Name Nearby Local Services
Abbott Road
Abbott Road
Abbott Road
Abbott Road
Aberavon Road
Aberfeldy Street
Aberfeldy Street
Ackroyd Drive
Ada Gardens
Ada Place
Adderley Street
Addington Road
Adelina Grove
Adler Street
Admirals Way
Admirals Way
Agatha Close
Agnes Street
Ailsa Street
Ainsley Street
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