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Culture and more at Herne Hill

Just a few miles as the crow flies from central London, Herne Hill is one of the most popular residential areas in the capital. Bordered by such fashionable areas as Brixton, Denmark Hill and Dulwich Village, it has long been a haven for artists and writers and has a number of notable buildings, including the grade II listed Carnegie Public Library, The Half Moon Public House and Brockwell House.

Dulwich - a capital for culture

A short trip to Dulwich opens up a world of cultural possibilities, including a trip to its East Dulwich Picturehouse & Cafe, which offers three screens of mainstream and indie movies, as well as stylish food and wine. Don't miss Dulwich Picture Gallery either, which is hugely popular due to an array of temporary exhibitions as well as a fine permanent Baroque collection.

Rub shoulders with the Bard at Blackfriars

It's possible to travel into central London from Herne Hill railway station, which has services to Farringdon, St Pancras International, Victoria and Blackfriars. From the latter, it's a simple walk to Shakespeare's Globe to catch one of its open air productions, while Borough Market and Somerset House are also within walking distance.

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