Dulwich Village area resembles a suburban-like community, which has a lot to offer both locals and visitors. It is home to many unique cafes, flower shops, boutiques, restaurants, the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery (Dulwich Picture gallery) and one lovely independent bookshop called Village Books. Village Books is a small but well stocked, award-winning bookshop. You will be pleasantly surprised by the range of books suitable for readers of all age and interest. Two floors of this lovely bookshop provides enough space to fit the right amount of all the latest new releases, wide selection of fiction and classics, travel, history and cooking books.
Village Books prides itself with their children’s section in particular – from new-born baby care to books for young adults and tales for the little ones. In Village Books you will be able to buy the perfect gift for your loved ones and you won’t need to go anywhere else to find greeting cards or gift-wrapping as they provides everything you need in one place!
Surrounded by schools and nurseries, Village Books is an important part of Dulwich community and children’s education. Numerous events such as arts and craft for children, meetings with the authors and public readings are hosted in Village Books.
How to get there
Turn left as you exit the North Dulwich station, walk straight down the Red Post Hill St and turn left by the Harold George’s beauty salon and in a minute, you will see a cosy red bookshop – Village Books.
- , Indoor
- , Shopping
- , family
- , The Striking South East
Location1D Calton Ave, , Calton Ave, London , SE21 7DE (View on Google Maps)
<p>Dulwich Village area resembles a suburban-like community, which has a lot to offer both locals and visitors. It is home to many unique cafes, flower shops, boutiques, restaurants, the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery (Dulwich Picture gall