Built in 1937, London Court is a mix of commercial and residential connecting Hay Street pedestrian mall and St George's Terrace.
Built in the Tudor style, the Court provides an 'Olde Englande' feel and is full of 'Ye Olde Tea Shoppes', bookstores and tourist tack. But above the shop fronts are carved gargoyles, statues, ornate window boxes, heraldic shields and clock faces.
It is halfway between tacky and charming - but certainly harmless - and is one of Perth's main attractions. It is also part of the everyday life of the city - if for nothing else as a connecting arcade between Hay Street and St George's Terrace.
London court is a shopping mall in Perth but as long as you dont have too much to do in the city visiting this mall become important activity .This place connects Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace.They say that the facade is Tudor style and I understand that some villages of my country using this Tudor style without knowing anything about it ..
London court is a shopping mall that connects St George's Terrace and Hay Street. The buildings imitate Ye Ole England's architecture - the result looks more like Disneyland to me.
The clockwork above the gate from Hay Street puts on a show with a knights' tournament at the full hour.
Recommendation: Before you shop at the souvenir stores in London Court, compare prices to those elsewhere.
Located between the Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace is the quaint, open to the elements, mock-Tudor style London Court. Originally set up as a series of expensive inner city residences and shops, the court is now how to an eclectic mix of small retailers, cafes while the upper floors are a variety of businesses, office and para-medical suites.
It is the ground floor where most visitors will wander through the tiny walkway, browsing in the gift and jewellery retailers, being tempted in one of the 3 tiny confectionery shops (ladies watch those calories) or sitting down for a snack and a drink at one of the 4 cafes in the court.
Gaze at the building with the plaster work and the clock at the Hay Street entrance and admire the craftsmenship work of the building itself.
Perhaps the only downside to the quirky court would be in the heat of summer and particularly when the court is in full sun.
Situated right smack in the CBD, London Court is a small alley with Victorian style buildings lining both sides of the alley. A local pointed out an interesting feature of London Court - on the left rounded walls of the exit (facing the shopping malls of Murray Street), somewhere at the level of the top of the rounded arch of the exit marks the name of the architect of London Court.
The small shops of London Court sell stuff like hats, wines, philatelic items and souvenirs.
London Court is an alley of retail shops designed in Tudor style. Nothing special besides the architecture, but there are some cafes where you can rest and do some people watching.