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Things to do in England

  • Fortnum and Mason

    For quintessentially English products (edible and non), head to this purveyor of high-quality provisions; it’s been in business for more than 300 y... More
  • Foyles

    Located on Charing Cross Road, this London chain’s flagship store is the largest bookshop in the British Isles (or in Europe, for that matter). Est... More
  • Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

  • French’s Theatre Bookshop

    Theatre aficionados flock to this Fitzrovia bookshop, which is known for carrying an unmatched inventory of theatre and performance-focused literat... More
  • Frieze Art Fair

    This annual mid-October art fair in Regent's Park is known for its multidisciplinary approach to contemporary art. The main attractions at the four... More
  • Gagosian Gallery

    Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Richard Serra, Howard Hodgkin: while the gallery’s star-studded roster speaks for itself, there’s also plenty more to ... More
  • Gallery 91

    Although Saturdays are most popular (and crowded) day at this standalone Notting Hill antique dealer, more serious collectors will find more one-on... More
  • Garrard, London

  • Gateshead Millennium Bridge

    Where: On the South Bank of England’s River Tyne, between Gateshead and Newcastle.   Stats: 413 feet wide; 164 tall when open.   Awe Factors: Power... More
  • Geffrye Museum

    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. Loca... More
  • Gieves & Hawkes

    This prestigious clothing store is located on London’s famous Savile Row and is renowned for selling the finest quality menswear. Began as a result... More
  • Gifford's Circus

    This independent traveling act is the creation of Nell Gifford, who ran away to the big top on her gap year from Oxford, and her husband, Toti. The... More
  • Glitterati

    The shop keeps hours more or less according to the whims of its owners, a couple who are specialists, respectively, in vintage watches and Miriam H... More
  • Golden Heart

    Run by Sandra Esqulant since 1979, the Shoreditch tavern has an affectionate house terrier and a loyal clientele. More
  • Gordon's Wine Bar

    The city’s most storied wine bar has been operating as such since 1890, and today you can relish a glass of one of 80 wines (a blackboard shows dai... More

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