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  • Hackney Empire

    Known for his work on other theatres, incluing the London Coliseum and London Paladium, architect Frank Matcham designed this theatre in the Hackne... More
  • Harrods

    Established in 1849, Harrods is one of the most famous department stores in the world. Located on Brompton Road, the massive seven-story, high-end ... More
  • Harrods Department Store

    Each of Heathrow’s terminals has a Harrods outlet, but only in T5 can you find 11,000 square feet of travel-related merchandise and clothing, inclu... More
  • Hatchards

    Passionate bookworms can get lost for hours in this charming old-fashioned shop, the oldest surviving bookstore in London. Established in 1797, the... More
  • Hauser & Wirth

    One of the world’s leading international galleries, Hauser & Wirth is a quiet yet commanding giant on the contemporary art scene. Originally founde... More
  • Hayward Gallery

    A severe gray building on the south bank of the Thames, the Hayward Gallery hides within its austere walls a stimulating smorgasbord of modern and ... More
  • Heal’s

    Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2010,  the stately Heal’s interiors store is a British institution. Climb the stairs and check out the so-call... More
  • Heathrow Academy

    During the recent construction of Terminal 5, a team of 80 archaeologists scoured approximately 250 acres around Heathrow—the U.K.’s largest single... More
  • Heathrow T5

    Noted for its undulating glass roof, Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 opened in 2008 and is the global hub used exclusively by British Airways. Design... More
  • Herald ST

    Posh, polished and always on trend, this Bethnal Green gallery is everything a contemporary art enthusiast could desire. Within the striking indust... More
  • Heywood Hill

    A Mayfair landmark for over seven decades, this quaint bookstore has always taken great pride in its carefully composed selection of old, new and a... More
  • Highgate Cemetery

    Although Highgate is not London’s oldest cemetery, it’s certainly one of the best known. Consecrated in 1839, the 37-acre site now contains more th... More
  • Hope and Greenwood

    Inside London’s Covent Garden, Hope and Greenwood is a small confections shop offering a variety of handmade British sweets. Inside the red storefr... More
  • Hostem

    The most fashion-forward men in London are raving about this Shoreditch style house established in 2010 by native fashion guru James Brown. Created... More
  • HOTEL

    In 2003, art lovers Darren Flook and Christabel Stewart created a one-room project space in their flat and welcomed artists to stay with them durin... More

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