The Old Bull and Bush

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pub in Hampstead, London

Geographical coordinates: 51.567542 -0.182582


English The Old Bull and Bush

The Old Bull and Bush is a Grade II listed public house near Hampstead Heath in London which gave its name to the music hall song "Down at the old Bull and Bush" sung by Florrie Forde.

The Old Bull and Bush is managed by Mitchells and Butlers under the Premium Country Dining Group brand.

The interior was renovated to a modern, gastropub style in 2006. Until the introduction of the smoking ban in England in 2007, The Bull and Bush was one of the few completely smoke-free pubs in London.

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English The Old Bull and Bush

This former farmhouse gained its first licence to sell liquor in 1721 and is the pub that gave rise to famous Victorian music hall song "Down at The Old Bull and Bush". Today it is a thriving pub and one which has modernised sympathetically. A great place to go for a drink and imagine the characters who have done likewise here over the past nearly 300 years.

Address N End Rd, NW3 7HE
en-gb The Old Bull & Bushja オールド・ブル・アンド・ブッシュ
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Wikidata Updated: Fri Jul 23 2021 11:00:06