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Marylebone is located in Central London in the postcode W1. It borders St John's Wood to the north, Mayfair to the south, and Fitzrovia to the east. Marylebone has its own national train station. In addition to that, the surrounding areas also include the tube stations of Baker Street, Great Portland Street and Oxford Street.
Marylebone is situated just five minutes walk from Oxford Street. It is a small community of independent shops, restaurants, delicatessens and street-side cafes. They are all laid out on a rational grid system punctured by beautiful leafy garden squares. It has often been said that London is a series of interconnecting villages. Each with their own distinct identities, resulting from all the different settlements that once occupied this sprawling city mass. In many of these areas you can walk for a few minutes and find yourself somewhere entirely different in both atmosphere and amenities. And no where is this more true than Marylebone.
The name Marylebone originates from the name of the church St Mary’s which was built on the bank of a small stream or bourne called the Tyburn. That area became known as St Mary at the Bourne and later shortened to Marylebone. The great thing about Marylebone however, is that it still manages to maintain its own sense of individuality because of the balance between the old and new. Above all, it has a unique flair, even though it is so close to the renowned Oxford Street.
Charles Dickens was once a resident in this district. Why not take a stroll with a Marylebone girl along the pavements and admire the classic Victorian buildings. You can pretend that you are stepping into a page of Great Expectations. After that, take a stroll down Wimpole Street, where John Lennon wrote I Want to Hold Your Hand on a piano in the basement of number 57.
Paddington Street gardens is also worth a visit and was built in the 18th century as additional burial grounds for St Marylebone Parish Church. In 1885, they were formally landscaped and officially opened to the public on 6th July 1886 by Princess Louise.