Handel & Hendrix in London
George Frederick Handel lived in this 18th-century Mayfair building for 36 years until his death in 1759. This is where he composed some...
The iconic building from which the BBC began radio broadcasting in 1932 and from where all TV and radio broadcasting in London has taken...
All Souls Church
Designed by John Nash in golden-hued Bath stone as an eye-catching monument for Regent Street, All Souls features a circular columned...
This is one of the best and most active (400 events a year) classical-music venues in town, not only because of its fantastic acoustics,...
Pollen Street Social
Jason Atherton's cathedral to haute cuisine would be beyond reach of anyone not on a hefty expense account, but the excellent-value ...
300 Oxford St · interesting places nearby
John Lewis information
‘Never knowingly undersold’ is the motto of this store, whose range of household goods, fashion and luggage is better described as reliable rather than cutting edge. And for that reason it's some people's favourite store in the whole wide world.