Welcome to our guide for the area around Regent Street in Watford District. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.
The nearest station to Regent Street is Watford Junction Railway Station which is about 10 minutes to the South East.
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Entertainment near Regent Street
London > Shopping > Specialists
Compound 7 Lumen Road, East Lane Business Park, HA9 | 8.4 miles from Regent Street
A rose-nosed reindeer walks into a bar and the elf barman says: "Why the long face?" Rudolf duly replies: "I've got pines and needles". Yes, yes... ... More
London > Leisure > Fitness
Pursley Road, NW7 | 8.4 miles from Regent Street
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London > Business > Venue Hire
Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 | 12.7 miles from Regent Street
Originally built in 1575, architect Robert Adam was later commissioned in 1761 to transform the original Tudor mansion built on this site into an elegant 18th-century ... More