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Birdcage Walk: A Novel

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3 minutes walk from Birdcage Walk

The street is named after the Royal and which were located there in the reign of . expanded the Aviary when the Park was laid out from 1660. and both mention visiting the Aviary in their diaries. Storey's Gate, named after Edward Storey, Keeper of the Kings Birds at the time of Pepys, was originally the gate at the eastern end of Birdcage Walk: the name is now applied to the street leading from the eastern end to , which was formerly called Prince's Street.

Birdcage Walk formed part of the of the and Games. The women's Olympic marathon took place on 5 August and the men's Olympic marathon on 12 August. The Paralympic marathons were held on 9 September.

3 minutes walk from Birdcage Walk

 

The Venue

 

The venue for the conference is 1 Birdcage Walk, London, England SW1H 9JJ

 

Perfectly situated between the graceful 18th century houses of Queen Anne's Gate to the east, and the Wellington Barracks to the west, Birdcage Walk is surrounded by notable landmarks including Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.

Originally the site of James I's aviary and extended by his Grandson, Charles II, One Birdcage Walk was created as part of a post-Restoration remodelling of  St. James' Park and is regarded as one of the finest examples of traditional architecture in Westminster.

Up until 1828 only the Hereditary Grand Falconer (the Duke of St. Albans) and the Royal Family could drive down it. The Building is regarded as one of the finest examples of traditional architecture in Westminster. The interiors and function rooms are styled to reflect Birdcage Walk's heritage.

 

3 minutes walk from Birdcage Walk

Birdcage Walk formed part of the of the and Games. The women's Olympic marathon took place on 5 August and the men's Olympic marathon on 12 August. The Paralympic marathons were held on 9 September.

The Massed Bands of H.M. Royal Marines marching down Birdcage Walk, to perform at Horse Guards Parade, at the second day of Beating Retreat 2012.

- H.M. Jollies
- Cosgrove (Drum Solo)
- Shrewsbury Fair