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  • Annex 3

    Behind the unprepossessing facade lies a bizarre array of opulently campy bric-a-brac (Meccano model sets, twinkly mini-carousels, and 3-D painting... More
  • Arblaster & Clarke

  • Art at British Airways Galleries

    British Airways commissioned site-specific, technologically enhanced pieces from Oona Culley, Troika, and other contemporary British artists for it... More
  • Artesian at the Langham

    Just off Regent Street, Artesian specializes in rum-based cocktails crafted by expert mixologist Alex Kratena. Along the walls of the bar, paneling... More
  • Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology

    The Ashmolean opened in 1683 as the world’s first public museum. It originated with a core group of natural history specimens that belonged to fath... More
  • Austique

    Both Middleton sisters, Pippa and Kate, are regulars at this funky clothing store, run by Australian siblings Katie and Lindy Lopes, who fled TV ca... More
  • Bamford & Sons

  • Bate Collection of Musical Instruments

    The tight space here brims with 2,000 woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments, including a Swiss alpenhorn, one of the world's largest instrume... More
  • Be Relax Spa, Heathrow

    The beauty of this super-sleek oasis is in its basic idea: to provide spa treatments that remedy common travel problems customized to suit any trav... More
  • Berrington Hall

    Fine Neoclassical country house with gardens and grounds designed by Capability Brown. The behind-stairs tour is worth taking, and so is the long w... More
  • Bespokes

    With Bespokes car tours, travelers have the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a legendary car like an Aston Martin, Bentley, or Porsche. Found... More
  • Bicester Village

    Come to the town of Oxfordshire for cool Britannia at a cut price—up to 70 percent off. Expect leather goods from Smythson (its creative director i... More
  • Black Dog

    Reputed to be Weymouth's oldest tavern, the building dates to the 16th century. A visit to the bar, with its low-beamed ceiling and its pervasive s... More
  • Black Tomato

  • Blenhelm Palace

    The Duke of Marlborough lives here, Winston Churchill was born here, and Capability Brown did the gardens. More

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