Camden Town, of Camden earns its revenue from retail, tourism and entertainment. Some of the major tourist attractions of the place include Punks close to the Electric Ballroom, Shops on Camden High Street, The Roundhouse Theatre, Camden catacombs, St Pancras Old Church, The Camden Eye, St Michael's Church, The Carreras Cigarette Factory, Jewish Museum, and Arlington House.
The Sainsbury's supermarket and flats of this place are designed in a High-tech style. As far as transportation is concerned the place is well connected by tubes, roads, buses as well as railway lines.
Like the other places in England even this area has its share of famous people which comprises of Richard Ryan (biographer), Charles Dickens, Beryl Bainbridge, Playwright Alan Bennett, Physicist, mathematician, and engineer Oliver Heaviside, The painter Walter Sickert, Dylan Thomas, Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay singer Chris Martin, Singer Amy Winehouse.
Not only in respect of notable people but with respect to Hollywood also this place has a special connection for example The 1986 cult comedy film Withnail and I is set in Camden Town in 1969, even the 2008 Mike Leigh film Happy-Go-Lucky largely has Camden Town as the backdrop.