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Things to do in England

  • Montgomery Place

    A throwback to Prohibition-era speakeasies, Montgomery Place has an unassuming façade that belies a sophisticated interior with dark leather seatin... More
  • Mulberry

    The iconic British handbag label recently opened two concept shops at Heathrow (in addition to its more traditional locations in T1, T3, and T4) th... More
  • Museum of the Order of St. John

    Consisting of two sites in Clerkenwell, the Museum of the Order of St. John tells the centuries-old story of the order, first established in Jerusa... More
  • Museum of Zoology

    An enchanting cabinet of zoological curiosities, this University College London museum is among the city’s best-kept secrets. Housed in an Edwardia... More
  • Myla

    Founded in Notting Hill in 1999, Myla is London’s premier vendor of luxury lingerie. The company now has nine shops in the United Kingdom and has a... More
  • National Gallery, London

    The National Gallery is London’s museum dedicated to Western European paintings. Located in Trafalgar Square, the museum opened in 1838 and now hou... More
  • National Theatre

    This cultural juggernaut has three different stages (Olivier, Lyttelton, Cottesloe) and an innovative artistic director, Nicholas Hytner (who also ... More
  • Neal's Yard Dairy

    More than 200 varieties of creamy, crumbly cheese are packed to the rafters at this famous fromagophile heaven in South London’s Borough Market. Fo... More
  • Nobu Berkeley

    The latest addition to Robert De Niro’s empire is decadent and glitzy (interiors impresario David Collins designed the spaces), with a large bar pe... More
  • Nothe Fort

    Weymouth's role in D-day, along with the part the town played in defending against the Spanish Armada and the Napoleonic fleets, is showcased at No... More
  • Old Truman Brewery

    Old Truman Brewery here takes its name from a family who started making ales in the late 1600’s. Today, the brewery building is home to almost 200 ... More
  • Old Vic

    Located on London’s South Bank on the corner of The Cut and Waterloo Road, the Old Vic theatre is known for attracting some of the best acting tale... More
  • Ollie & Bow

    The antiques store is packed with glitzy finds. More
  • Oxfam

    The first Oxfam store to be redesigned by Jane Shepherdson (formerly of Topshop), this Westbourne Grove boutique opened in 2008, successfully trans... More
  • Oyster Card

    The easiest and most economical way to travel throughout London is with the Oyster Card, a type of transportation debit card. The card reduces the ... More

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