Alleyway section of Neal's Yard
|Length||0.04 mi (0.06 km)|
|Location||London Borough of Camden|
|Postal code||WC2H 9DP|
|Southeast end||Shorts Gardens|
|Northwest end||Monmouth Street|
Neal's Yard is a small alley in London's Covent Garden between Shorts Gardens and Monmouth Street which opens into a courtyard. It is named after the 17th century developer, Thomas Neale. It now contains several health food cafes and values driven retailers such as Neal's Yard Remedies, Neal's Yard Dairy, and Wild Food Cafe.
- "In and Around Covent Garden: Neal's Yard". coventgarden.uk.com. Retrieved 16 February 2013.
"In and Around Covent Garden: Neals Street". coventgarden.uk.com. Retrieved 16 February 2013.
- Sherrie Nachman (3 May 1998). "The Unbeaten Path". The Washington Post. via HighBeam Research (subscription required)
- Sarah Lyall (5 April 1998). "Streets of Dreams; Monmouth St., 2 blocks to satisfy any whimsy". The New York Times.
- Media related to Neal's Yard at Wikimedia Commons