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Things to do in London

  • Sprüth Magers

    Opened in 2003, this gorgeous contemporary gallery is the London branch of a renowned German chain run by art dealers extraordinaire Monika Sprüth ... More
  • Spymaster

    Specializing in communications and surveillance products, Spymaster’s Portman Square shop has the high-tech gadgets needed to satisfy the spy in ev... More
  • St. Pancras

    Located below the stunning Barlow Shed inside the historic Victorian train station, St. Pancras Grand Brasserie is a stylish spot to grab food and ... More
  • Steinberg & Tolkien

    Find 100 years of vintage clothes, from Mary Quant minis to marabou hats and lizard-skin clutches. Created by the editors of T+L for Regent Seven ... More
  • Stella McCartney

    Leading the march of younger-generation British fashion designers, Stella McCartney became a star (no surprise with Sir Paul as her father) when Gu... More
  • Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market

    Londoners searching for fresh, local produce know to visit the Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market, held every Saturday at St. Paul's Church. The UK’s ... More
  • Stuart Shave/Modern Art

    Originally in the vibrant East London arts district, Stuart Shave relocated his avant-garde gallery to a large, glass-fronted West End building in ... More
  • Sunday UpMarket

    Located in the 17th-century Old Truman Brewery, the Sunday UpMarket features more than 140 stalls selling everything from clothing and jewelry to a... More
  • Surya

    Located in Islington, Club Surya bills itself as the world’s first eco-friendly nightclub. Created by property developer Andrew Charalambous, a.k.a... More
  • Susie Worthy

    An expert travel agent keen on sharing her secrets with discerning travelers, Susie Worthy opened NoteWorthy Events in 1986. Today, the company use... More
  • Tate Britain

    Part of the prestigious Tate family of museums, which also includes the Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St. Ives, the Tate Britain is without ... More
  • Tate Modern

    Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000 but still breaks new ground with installations. Each yea... More
  • Tea Palace

    This tea emporium in Covent Garden Piazza carries more than 120 teas and herbal infusions from around the world. Teas come in an array of black, gr... More
  • Ted Baker

    Stop here to stock up on Ted Baker’s witty men’s and women’s clothing, accessories, footwear, and fragrances. Countryside scenes and handblown glas... More
  • Temperley London, Notting Hill

    Founded by designer Alice Temperley in 2001, Temperley London has become one of the most celebrated fashion labels in the United Kingdom. The compa... More

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