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  • Labour and Wait

    Although its name is actually derived from a Longfellow poem, this charming Shoreditch shop inspires patrons to "labour away" with its enticing sel... More
  • Lamb & Flag

    In 1679, a man attacked John Dryden in this tiny pub’s alleyway for writing scurrilous verses about one of Charles II’s mistresses. These days, dri... More
  • Lavender Hill Studios

    Since 2004, the Lavender Hill Studios has been training fine art students in the atelier tradition. Co-run by a Charles H. Cecil Studios alum, the ... More
  • Lazarides

    This brand-new five-floor spread opened last May in a Georgian town house that was once a brothel. The notorious, headline-grabbing gallery is run ... More
  • Les Couilles du Chien

    Transform yawn-inducing spaces into stylish conversation pieces with quirky finds from this well-loved antiques shop-meets-curiosity cabinet. Locat... More
  • Liberty

    A London institution since 1875, Liberty’s a mainstay that’s as overwhelming as it is essential. Despite its historic appearance (Tudor timber-fram... More
  • Links of London

    One of London’s premier jewelers, Links of London was founded in 1990 and specializes in men’s and women’s sterling silver and 18-carat gold jewelr... More
  • Liverpool Playhouse

    Theater classics performed in a 19th-century music hall. More
  • London Eye

    Originally built for the new millennium, this mammoth Ferris wheel has 32 dangling pods (each holds 25 people sitting or standing) that gracefully ... More
  • London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

    The only hub airport in the United Kingdom, London Heathrow Airport is also one of the world’s busiest. The airport hosts airlines from around the ... More
  • London Review Bookshop

    Just around the corner from the British Museum in a neighborhood that was once home to a number of eccentric specialty booksellers, in some respect... More
  • London Silver Vaults

    Behind an imposingly massive door in the 19th-century Chancery Lane Safe Deposit, more than 30 vaults sparkle and shimmer with the world’s largest ... More
  • London Vintage Fashion, Textiles & Accessories Fair

    Every four to five weeks, an enthusiastic crowd of designers, celebrities, boutique owners and dedicated fashionistas flock to Hammersmith Town Hal... More
  • London Walks

    With more than a dozen drop-in walks daily, these tours are perfect for last-minute planners. The West End on Film tour is perfect for movie buffs.... More
  • Long Street

    Tebury's Long Street is unofficially considered Antiques Alley. More

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