Hoxton is a lively and colourful neighbourhood, a hub for the contemporary arts and entertainment scene, where fashionable bars and restaurants sit alongside boutique shops, art galleries, and a thriving creative quarter of design, media and tech businesses.

Getting Around

Hoxton is within easy reach of the City of London, West End and beyond. The nearest overland, Hoxton Station, has good connections into and across town while London Underground services are close by at Angel and Highbury & Islington. By car, the A10 leads onto the North Circular and the M25.

Hoxton is close by to Liverpool Street, King’s Cross and London Bridge — all within 20 minutes reach.

The Best of Hoxton

Hoxton has long been associated with being cutting edge and it continues to evolve. Every week new quirky bars, pop-up restaurants, shops and events appear. It’s an area that seems to set trends rather than following them, but alongside everything new it still merges with the old – its sense of community and bustling street markets help it maintain an authentic East End atmosphere.

Beyond the Borders

Sat on the edge of equally-fashionable Shoreditch, Hoxton is just a short walk away from the City of London and the ever-lively Dalston. Nearby Regent’s Canal with its scenic cycle routes stretches out to charming Islington and Camden Town’s renowned market while the transport hubs of Liverpool Street, King’s Cross and London Bridge are all within easy reach.

A Continuing Story of Creativity

In homage to the craftsmanship and skill of the Mullord Brothers, we worked with local artisans & charity New North Press to create a contemporary typeface inspired by the architecture of Hoxton Press.

Beautifully printed with letterpress, these prints and patterns tell us the story of the homes and their creative surroundings.

Explore the Neighbourhood

Whether you’re looking for a great coffee shop or a spot of contemporary culture, take a tour of the Hoxton neighbourhood and discover its many colourful highlights.

Take the tour