A boutique bookshop and cultural centre for those with an interest in spirituality, culture, religion, divination and more, as well as literature, history and classics. Treadwell's have both secondhand and new books on offer, and rare and unusual editions too. They also host a regular lecture series and workshops for people interested in various aspects of magical thinking and esotericism. On top of all that, you can also take part in a tarot reading here with one of their four tarot consultants.
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Bookshop, educational establishment, sanctuary,. A place of kaos and katalogue, kabbalah and kalm, kith and kin, knowledge nurturing kuriosity and frankly a kreed that denies kapitalist kulture but will NOT allow me to leave without a purchase in my happy hands. So much so I kant afford to have the c button fixed on my keyboard. It has long been said 'it is everything an Occult bookshop should be'. But it has bekome so much more than that. A pillar of the kommunity and testament to kommitment, kraft and hard graft.
Not just a bookshop - a magic shop and a cultural centre for people interested in alternative spirituality.
Cozy and filled with lovely knowledgeable people. Best way to spend an afternoon or an evening at one of their interesting lectures or workshops.
Brilliant bookshop . Staff are friendly and extremely knowledgable on all of the topics on self development and spiritual awareness . Whatever your preference from healing cystals to Wiccan and occult art ,you will not be dissapointed.
They also have great meet ups and workshops giving you the opportunity to experience meeting like minded creative and friendly folk, and forge new friendships.
No place like it - in London or elsewhere. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and encourage browsing. More of a cultural centre than a simple bookshop. If you're looking for alternative narratives of culture, knowledge and history, there is no better place: Esoterica without the woo-woo: serious people that know their subject.
Treadwell's has the best sofa in London to read on, and a superb selection of books to read on it. The staff are lovely, they know their books, and the talks are consistently excellent.
I love Treadwell's and visit whenever I am in London. Its a lovely little shop in the heart of Bloomsbury and carries a really diverse and eclectic mix of material.
Since it was founded more than a decade ago, Treadwell's Bookshop has grown into an important cultural centre for those seeking out an alternative, esoteric London. The bookshop itself offers a wide range of titles, from the most recent releases, to classic texts that reward repeated reading. And if you cannot find what you are looking for, the helpful staff will always have an insightful suggestion. In addition, the highly regarded lectures series, workshops, Tarot readings and book launches provide a valuable opportunity to meet with others who share your interests. Highly recommended.
Best occult/spirituality bookshop in Europe, let alone London. Wether you're looking for academic text on the subject or reprints of XVII century Grimoires, Treadwell's has it all. Very central and with the most helpful and courteous staff.
Fabulous bookshop, friendly and knowledgeable staff. And a great mix of books. Beautiful sculptures and jewellery as well. And the cutest dog ever!
Most amazing bookstore in London if not the world. I happily spend many hours there perusing books, talking with the staff and other customers and going to their many events. Great people, great books and the odd cheeky glass of wine. Bliss.
A book lover's paradise, an intellectual's refuge, a curious passerby's new home. A genuine community for everyone interested in the unusual, magical and spiritual.
Treadwell's is a piece of the history of Western magic. And it is a safe haven for cultural exiles of all sorts, for artists, witches and free thinkers. It is the sort of bookshop you think only exists in books - until you come to London. Huzzah!