Curzon may refer to:
As a British family name, it particularly refers to the Curzon family, and is an Anglo-Norman territorial name. The Curzon family was involved in the Norman Conquest, and is named after the French town of Notre-Dame-de-Courson in Normandy from which they hail; their seat is at Kedleston Hall. The people listed below do not necessarily belong to this family.
- Aria Curzon, American voice actress
- Clifford Curzon, English pianist
- Ephraim Curzon, English rugby league footballer
- Frederic Curzon, 20th-century English composer of light classical music
- George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston, (1859–1925), Viceroy of India and later British Foreign Secretary
- Robert Curzon, 14th Baron Zouche (1810–1873), English traveler, travel writer, and diplomat
- The Earls Howe, whose family name is Curzon and who use "Viscount Curzon" as a courtesy title
- Drury Curzon Drury-Lowe, 19th-century British army general
- Sarah Anne Curzon (1833–1898), early Canadian feminist poet, journalist, editor, and playwright
- Curzon Street, a street in central London, UK
- Curzon Street Station, Birmingham, UK, a former mainline railway station and the world's oldest railway architecture.
- Curzon, Vendée, a commune of the Vendée département of France
- HMS Fittleton (M1136), a Ton-class minesweeper of the Royal Navy, renamed HMS Curzon between 1960 and 1975.
- HMS Curzon (K513) was a Captain-class frigate of the Royal Navy, in commission from 1943 to 1946.
- Curzon Ashton F.C., a non-league football club from Greater Manchester, England
- Curzon Community Cinema, an independent cinema in Clevedon, England, not related to the Curzon Cinemas chain
- Curzon Artificial Eye, a British company group which includes a cinema chain in London and film distributor Artificial Eye
- Curzon Cinemas, a small cinema chain based in London, England.
- Curzon Dax, an alien character from the television show Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Curzon, a cologne/parfum manufactured by Geo.F. Trumper
- Curzon Line, a boundary line proposed in 1919 by Lord Curzon of Kedleston as an armistice line between Poland and Bolshevik Russia
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