Visit Covent Garden
Covent Garden is one of London’s most-loved neighbourhoods, located in the heart of the West End. You'll find Covent Garden in the heart of the London, being easily reached via tube, train, cycle, on foot, boat or taxi.
You'll find Covent Garden in the heart of the West End, being easily reached via tube, train, cycle, on foot, boat or taxi.
Did you know that Covent Garden is only a 15 minute bike ride from Hyde Park, 15 minutes from Kings Cross, 20 minutes from Hoxton Square and 30 minutes from Clapham Common.
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We are ready to welcome you back to Covent Garden, it hasn’t been the same without you.
Covent Garden has a team of cleaners who will be on hand daily cleaning up the area, paying extra attention to high touch areas.
Next time you visit your favourite Covent Garden shop, watch out for each store’s own guidelines which they have put in place. You may have to queue or wait a short time before entering the store.
The following streets will be pedestrianised to the following hours 11am – 11pm to enable you to enjoy Covent Garden in a safe, socially distanced manner: King Street, James Street (11am - 7am), The Piazza (10:30am - 7am).
Click here for a list of local hotels
Click here for a list of the theatres near Covent Garden Piazza
Covent Garden, the Piazza and the Market Building is always open, but the shops usually operate between 10am and 8pm Monday to Saturday and on Sunday from around 11am to 6pm. The Apple Market is open daily from 10am until 6pm and the East Colonnade Market is open from 10:30am until 7pm
Covent Garden, the Piazza and the Market Building is a public space and free for anyone to walk around day or night
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