Things to do in East London
Taking visitors on a journey through time, the Geffrye Museum offers a unique look at English middle-class life from the 1600s to present day.
Inside this 1724 Georgian residence is a “still-life drama” created by late American artist Dennis Severs.
A modern-day apothecary, this sleek store suffuses the senses with cult beauty lines including REN, Eve Lom, Kiehl’s, and Dr. Sebagh, as well as its own stylish array of candles, fragrances, body lotions, and bath goodies.
Specializing in treasures dating from the 1920s onward, this Church Street market is home to more than 100 experienced and enthusiastic dealers, making it the largest permanent indoor antique market in the country.
Since 1906, Anderson & Sheppard has been an icon in bespoke tailoring. Located on London’s Savile Row, the well-known shop is reminiscent of a gentlemen’s study with leather sofas, a dark wood bookshelf and fireplace.