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  • Butler's Wharf

    A top shopping hang-out in the 60's comprised of newly gentrified warehouses and restaurants, is swinging once again.   Go to the gallery to catc... More
  • Cabbages & Frocks Market

    On the St. Marylebone Parish Church Grounds, this Saturday market sells everything from locally designed clothing to vintage accessories to a selec... More
  • Cabinet

    Hidden behind an unassuming brick façade on London’s Old Street, this super-secret gallery is as exclusive as they come. In fact, Cabinet has been ... More
  • Camden Markets

    Camden Town in North West London hosts a group of open-air and indoor markets known as Camden Markets. Camden Stables, Camden Lock Village, Inverne... More
  • Carshalton Lavender Fields

    The vast lavender fields are a perfect escape without leaving London. More
  • Cath Kidston

    Well-known British designer Cath Kidston started out selling secondhand painted furniture and vintage fabrics before eventually designing her own f... More
  • Central Gallery

    From antique pendants to couture pieces, Central Gallery carries a vast selection of fine pearls, gemstones, and semi-precious stones, as well as g... More
  • Charbonnel et Walker

    Charbonnel et Walker was founded in 1875 and has become Britain’s most prestigious chocolatier. Named for its founders, Mme. Charbonnel, who worked... More
  • Charles Dickens Museum

    While living in this historic house, Dickens wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby, his sister-in-law Mary died at 17, and he welcomed two daugh... More
  • Chelsea Physic Garden

    Founded in 1673 by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London, the Chelsea Physic Garden is the city’s oldest botanic garden and home to Brit... More
  • Chinawhite

    One of London’s most popular upscale nightclubs, Chinawhite is frequented by wealthy tourists and celebrities, with former patrons including Kate M... More
  • Chisenhale

    Experimental video, gut-wrenching photographic collages, dramatic installations: if it shows true innovative talent, the Chisenhale has it. This am... More
  • Church Street Market

    This bustling market in high-end St. Johns Wood is home to 220 trading pitches filled with a wide range of goods and products. Open every Monday th... More
  • Churchill Museum

    Located just below King Charles Street, the Cabinet War Rooms served as the secret underground headquarters for Prime Minister Winston Churchill an... More

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