Top Ten Things to Do Near Marble Arch London

Marble Arch monument in London, UK

London has a lot to offer visitors. Whether they’re looking for luxury accommodation such as The Montcalm Marble Arch or merely for some fantastic shopping experiences, then central London and more specifically London’s Marble Arch can offer countless experiences both indoors and outdoors. So what can people expect to find in the Marble Arch area, home to Hyde Park and one of Europe’s busiest high streets?

Odeon Marble Arch

With so many cinemas dotted around one of the media capitals of the world, you could do a lot worse than the Odeon Marble Arch. Located just off Leicester Square, this Odeon cinema shows the best in mainstream movies and blockbusters gracing international screens.

Master Thai Therapist

Just off of Marylebone, guests looking for some rest and relaxation can visit this masseuse with diplomas from both Thailand and England as well as 5-star reviews. You’ll know you’re in good hands as soon as you experience one of the Master Thai Therapists boutique packages, available for both home and work place visits.

GT Rush – London Driving Experiences

If you’re looking to beat the rush hour for a real rush, then look no further than this Maserati GranCabrio driving experience. Allowing you to cruise around the city is a brilliant antidote to the standard track day experience usually on offer.

Still Water Horse Head Statue

Get some fresh air at Marble Arch and check out Nic Fiddian-Green’s 33-foot bronze horse head statue. The piece is a staple to the area and really adds wonder to the already beautiful setting.

Spa at The Montcalm

If the Thai therapy experience wasn’t enough, the relaxing Spa at the London Montcalm Marble Arch offers you a range of packages right from your hotel. Everybody needs to unwind, and the facilities on offer at this spa offer just that.

Animals in War Memorial

Based in the beautiful Hyde Park just next to Marble Arch, the memorial was a design by David Backhouse and gives a mark of respect to all the animals who have been killed during wartimes under the British Military. This memorial, unveiled in 2004 by Princess Anne is a sobering testimony and acts as a modest mark of respect.

Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection is a huge collection of paintings which have been amassed since 1897 by the Seymour family. Now bequeathed to the public, the collection is vast and includes works by Turner and Francois Boucher.


One of the most cherished department stores in London, Selfridges sells a range of goods and is a great place to find a quintessentially British souvenir.

Bond Street

Another amazing shopping street just off Oxford Circus, there are countless shops and restaurants for visitors to peruse during their stay in London.

Marlborough Head

This traditional British Pub is known for its namesake, the Duke of Marlborough and for the fact that before it was set up, the area was used for public executions. This morbid backstory serves as a great in to such a history steeped pub, giving guests plenty to talk about around a hearty British pint.