Things to Do in Great Britain

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Number 100 Oxford Street is a London landmark that opened in a basement during WW2 in 1942. Well-known artists have played here, including Johnny Depp... Read More

This transport company has 3,000 mini-cabs to cover London and its surrounding areas. Six-seaters, four-seaters, and VIP-service Mercedes E-Class and S... Read More

Specializing in treasures dating from the 1920s onward, this Church Street market is home to more than 100 experienced and enthusiastic dealers, making... Read More

Since 1906, Anderson & Sheppard has been an icon in bespoke tailoring. Located on London’s Savile Row, the well-known shop is reminiscent of a... Read More

Anfield has been called soccer's Fenway Park, though from the outside it seems a particularly unlovely factory. The field is an otherworldly green, all... Read More

North London’s finest play at the state-of-the-art, 60,000 capacity Emirates stadium that opened in 2006. The area is well served by public transport:... Read More

Best for live music, especially during the Celtic Colours Festival. Read More

This year, Londoners have been tripping over themselves to get  “up The Shard,” London’s latest high-rise venture (currently the tallest building... Read More

 Producers of a rare triple-distilled whisky; tours available. Read More

With Bespokes car tours, travelers have the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a legendary car like an Aston Martin, Bentley, or Porsche. Founded in... Read More

Beyond Retro has three branches all over the capital and four in Sweden. It has a handle on the upscale-end of the market and suggests current trends... Read More

In a place as vast as London, you have to pace yourself. Save your feet and take in the major sights from the upper deck of an open-top bus. Listen to a... Read More

Riverside outfit with a weekend Whisky School Read More

Urban legend has it that Bleeding Heart Yard—a cobbled courtyard in Farringdon in the City of London—is so-named to mark the death of Lady Elizabeth... Read More

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

Posh people love to ski and the young royals are no exception. But it’s the après-ski they go wild for. Bodo’s Schloss brings the Alpine to London.... Read More

At the newly opened Bodyflight, the world’s largest—and U.K.’s first—skydiving wind tunnel, visitors have a chance to simulate a... Read More

In London’s trendy Mayfair District, the fashionable Old Bond Street has been a shopper’s mecca for luxury items since the 18th century.... Read More

Discerning cooks know that Notting Hill isn’t merely the location of that Hugh Grant film, but home to a cooks’ paradise. Browse the thousands of books... Read More

In a 16th-century edifice of rough and smooth stone, the textile museum opened in the spring of 2008. Move from sobering displays on the second floor (a... Read More

Crammed with stalls, pubs, shops, and small restaurants, Borough Market is London's grazing central. Come early on Thursday or Friday and avoid the... Read More

A gourmand’s paradise, this fruit and vegetable market was almost shut down but now flourishes as a hive of fresh produce and baked goods with an... Read More

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