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  • 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
  • Lorfords Antiques

    At Lorfords Antiques, stone garden statues are showcased outside, while English wing chairs and blue-and-white porcelain plates and crockery fill t... More
  • Ludlow Castle

    The Princes in the Tower, reputedly murdered by their uncle (the future Richard III) in the Tower of London, spent their childhood at this splendid... More
  • Lunchtime Concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields

    It's common knowledge that many of London's greatest museums—the British Museum, V&A, National Gallery, Tate Modern—don’t charge admission, but don... More
  • Luponde Tea

    One of the oldest organic tea estates in the world, Luponde sells its leaves inside this small shop in London’s Mayfair neighborhood. Located in So... More
  • Magma

    This hip London bookstore was founded by Marc Valli and the one-name Montse, who sought to improve the city’s bookstore scene. The artsy shop began... More
  • Mahiki

  • Mark’s Bar

    Seductively stylish yet surprisingly unpretentious, this modern Soho speakeasy is ideal for small groups and couples hoping to get cozy over Curaca... More
  • Marylebone

    Despite being right in the heart of London, the thriving neighborhood of Marylebone (pronounced mary-le-bone) maintains a fairly low profile. Touri... More
  • Marylebone Farmers' Market

    Held every Sunday at the Cramer Street Car Park, the Marylebone Farmers’ Market has between 30 and 40 stalls selling everything from fresh eggs and... More
  • Maureen Paley

    Mesmerizing photographs by Turner Prize-winner Wolfgang Tillmans, earthy sculptures by Rebecca Warner, and chaotic installations by Anne Hardy are ... More
  • Merriscourt Arts Centre

  • Milk & Honey, London

    From the street you wouldn’t know this bar exists (there’s no signage or visible address; it’s between numbers 59 and 63), but inside you may as we... More
  • Millbank Lounge at Mint Hotel

    Located on the first floor of the stylish Mint Hotel in London’s Westminster neighborhood, the Millbank Lounge is known for having the best handcra... More

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