Lambeth is a district located in Central London, England. It is in the London Borough of Lambeth. According to the 2011 census, the population of London Borough of Lambeth was 303,086.

The area encountered some little growth in the medieval era as part of the mansion of Lambeth Palace.

By the Victorian age, the area had seen notable development as London expanded, with dense commercial, industrial and residential buildings located near to one another. The changes caused by World War II changed much of the fabric of Lambeth. Consequently, development in the late 20th, as well as the early 21st century, has seen an increase in the number of tall buildings.


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Lambeth district has an excellent facility of transportation through rails and buses.  The nearest London Underground stations are Lambeth North, Brixton, Waterloo, Southwark, and Oval.

London Waterloo is also a National Rail station just as Waterloo East, which is established in-between both Southwark stations and Waterloo. Vauxhall station is nearby in Vauxhall, located more towards South Lambeth region near Kennington.

The South Western Main Line goes through Lambeth on the Nine Elms to Waterloo Viaduct. The main road in the area is the A3203 Lambeth Road.

Attractions of the Place:

There are numerous places in Lambeth where you can visit and enjoy. Like Lambeth Palace, Houses of Parliament, Buxton Memorial Fountain, The Burghers of Calais Statue, Emmeline Pankhurst Memorial, The Victoria Tower Gardens, Westminster Abbey, Migration Museum at The Workshop, Newport Street Gallery and many more.

Lambeth Palace situated at the southern side of the river Thames. It is a mysterious palace. Here you will get the view of the beautiful old palace and its grounds.

The Burghers of Calais Statue tells the story of the ending of the 1346 to1347 Siege of Calais. One of the most famous statues by Auguste Rodin.


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