The Admiral Duncan
gay bar
mon-sat 12:00–00:00, sun 12:00–22:30
2 reviews
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54 Old Compton Street
W1D 4UD  London, UK

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The Admiral Duncan is a popular, central Soho gay bar.

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mon-sat 12:00–00:00, sun 12:00–22:30

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over a year ago   

The Admiral Duncan is the quintessential idea of a British pub but with a mostly gay clientele. The pub is heavily embraced gay culture and is named after the Adm. Duncan who was the one to defeat the Dutch fleet in 1797. This pub has an amazing past and real history in London as it was attacked in 1999 by a neo-Nazi group. Today you can see a chandelier which was hung in memory of those who were injured in this attack so many years ago. This attack paved way for broader relations between local government and police with the gay community and since these grievous actions took place the community has grown into something absolutely beautiful that needs to be seen to believed. This historic day bar is truly one of the must stop locations for any gay tourist in London due to its elaborate history and beautiful atmosphere.

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