Christ Church Spitalfields
Museum of Immigration & Diversity
This unique Huguenot town house was built in 1719 and housed a prosperous family of weavers, before becoming home to waves of immigrants...
This landmark Victorian pub, with its large windows and beautiful tiles, is perfect for a pint after a wander round Spitalfields Market....
St John Bread and Wine
Offers ‘nose to tail’ traditional British fare (potted pork, venison and trotter pie, blood cake) at good prices in a simple, clean and...
Christ Church Spitalfields information
Lonely Planet review
Diagonally opposite Spitalfields Market, on the corner of Commercial and Fournier Sts, is this restored church, where many of the area’s weavers worshipped. The magnificent English baroque structure, with a tall spire sitting on a portico of four great Tuscan columns, was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1729.