Marylebone is within the vicinity of Westminister City and surrounded by Edgware Road in the west, Marylebone Road in the north, Great Portland Street in the east, and Oxford Street in the south.
Marylebone got its name from the church known as St Marylebone Parish Church. Marylebone has a great history of historical places and personalities. Marylebone has a grid pattern of major streets like Gloucester Place, Wimpole Street, Baker Street, Wimpole Street, Marylebone High Street, Portland Place, and Harley Street.
Marylebone is served by the bus routes 453, 274, 205, 189, 139, 113, 74, 30, 27, 18, 13, 2, and by night routes of N74 and N18. There is one Marylebone Railway Station in the area.
The route 393 and the long-established route 27 terminate at Chalk Farm. The buses reach the other side destinations outside London: Clapton and Chiswick Business Park. The Nearest station is Chalk Farm on the north-south Northern Line, Edgware.
Marylebone had some remarkable landmarks. Egton House, studio of BBC Radio 1 which is demolished now, Queen’s Hall, the venue for Classical music concerts destroyed in Second World War by fire, Marylebone Gardens, St. George’s Hall, Yorkshire Stingo, St Marylebone Grammar Schoool, and Theatre Royal.
Marylebone is also known as the world-famous shopping destination. Madame Tussauds, the Sherlock Holmes Museum, and Wallace Collection are just a few of the best attraction of the city which attracts hundreds of thousands of people every year from around the world.
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