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Almacks
Almack's Assembly Rooms was located on
King Street in London. Governed by the
Lady Patronesses, Almack's was one of
the most exclusive establishments in
Society.
Welcome to the Regency London tour! Have a care as
you step into the landau. We'll be visiting all the major
sights on this whirlwind tour, so hold on to your
bonnets and your reticules!
Tattersall's
Tattersall's, the race horse auctioneer,
was a favorite visiting place for the
London gentleman. It was located at
Hyde Park Corner from 1766-1865.
From Illustrated London News, 1842
A Tour of Regency London
Brooks's Club
An exclusive gentleman's club
established in 1778, Brook's was the
venue for Whigs. Various members
over the years includes Charles James
Fox, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and David
Garrick.
The interior of a gaming room at Brooks's,
Rowlandson and Pugin, 1808.
Romancing the Regency Era
Temple of the Muses
The Temple of the Muses was a
bookshop located on Finsbury Square.