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Things to do in London

  • Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey

    As one of London’s best-known monuments, the Palace of Westminster should be on every visitor’s tick-list. Its Gothic Revival building was rebuilt ... More
  • Housmans

    Founded in 1945, Housmans was one of London’s first progressive bookstores. Today, it has become one of the few such stores remaining in the United... More
  • Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland

    Although a relatively new event, Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland is quickly becoming a favorite with Londoners. The annual event runs from early Dece... More
  • Insider London

    One of the city’s most popular touring companies, Insider London takes you to see some of the best hidden gems in London. Walking tours cover a ran... More
  • James Lock & Co.

    Established in 1676 to wait upon the Court at St. James's, James Lock & Co. has since been the place for Londoners to purchase hats. The company’s ... More
  • Jamme Masjid, London

    Jamme Masjid—the Great London Mosque—was consecrated in 1976 in an early Georgian house that, for the century prior, was the Spitalfields Great Syn... More
  • Jigsaw

  • John Sandoe Books

    Located near Sloane Square in Chelsea, this independent bookshop houses roughly 25,000 books in a three-story 18th-century building. The store was ... More
  • Jonny Bealby

    Insider tip: The Chandrabhaga Cattle & Camel Fair near Jhalawar, India, happens on the same full moon as the Pushkar festival; it easily attracts a... More
  • Jubilee Market

    Sure, this flea is rough and tumble, with plenty of unspeakable junk, but there is also a goodly amount of fashionable items—heaps of fur coats fro... More
  • Junky Styling

    Located inside East London’s Old Truman Brewery, Junky Styling is the brainchild of self-taught designers Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager.  Founded... More
  • Kenwood House

    Situated atop Hampstead Heath, this lakefront estate features a Neoclassical villa housing a collection of world-renowned paintings. First built in... More
  • Kew Gardens

    Since the Royal Botanic Gardens were established in 1759 by Princess Augusta, they’ve expanded from nine acres to more than 300; Victorian-era gree... More
  • Kirsten Goss

    Subtle but definitive" is a motto of owner, designer, and founder Kirsten Goss, whose boutique shop is located on a Kensington side-street, just a ... More

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