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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

    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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