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London Court, Perth

(3.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
A walk in Elizabethan-times shopping arcade, London Court, will make you feel like you stepped into a Harry Potter alleyway. The authentic Tudor mood at this at this open-roofed arcade comes from its ornate facade and wrought-iron gates. Built it 1937, its large blue-faced clock at Hay Street entrance still chimes every quarter-hour. Above the clock, four knights know as "Tournament of Armored Knights," circle in the window. The interior is full of statues looking down on shoppers below. The stylish retail stores will compete for your attention with gargoyles, crests, and weathercocks displayed on the walls. As your footsteps echo on the floor laid with terracotta tiles, you will understand why London Court was listed in the State Heritage Register. Add London Court and other attractions to your Perth trip itinerary using our Perth itinerary planner.
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  • Noticed the fake medieval entrance facade, looked down the narrow pedestrian street and walked through from Hay St to St George Terrace. There's a lot of small shops and a couple of cafes. As it's onl...  more »
  • Small shopping mall very well contextualized, not very big actually, but with a variety of small shops with souvenirs and lots of tables and bar for breakfast or snacking. I wanted to report it mainly because here I found the exchange money with rates ever cheaper than all Perth ... in some cases significantly cheaper. It's what is on the side closest to the sea.
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  • We found London Court to be a friendly, inviting atmosphere and the unique architectural style made it wonderfully and contrastingly different to the sky scrapers in the City of Perth.  more »
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  • London Court is a quirky little street in the middle of the modern city of Perth. Looking like its a long lost part of the streets of old London it's extremely different to everything around it. Free to visit and with s nice selection of coffee shops and retails outlets it's worth walking down if your in the city. Nice place for a quick walk.
  • A quirky little place. The shops, for the most part, have no relevance to the rather silly but entertaining little alley. There's a silly little clock that entertains on the hour. It was clean and tidy and had some interesting shops.
  • Odd collection of shops with an "Olde Worlde London" theme. From gaming basement shop at the bottom (Tactics) to Shoe repair shops, Australian Diamond Jewellery and Ice cream shops. This place is often very busy. Note: Shuts down at about 6pm then the gates close and cant be used as a shortcut after about 10pm
  • Really nice place for tourists. Loved this. 100% recommended. Great gifts, souvenirs, coffee shops, hair designing shop, indigenous clothes, fashion, jewellery shops, technology/ repair shop. Good place for Pokémon players too. Nice buildings. Really cool place! 😍
  • Teenager memories of days gone by when I used to hang out at the coffee shop at the St George's Tce end during the Mod years in the 60's.... sob!