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...
Arguably London’s finest smaller gallery, the Wallace Collection is an enthralling glimpse into 18th-century aristocratic life. The...
Just off Oxford Circus, Loop has three floors of fun: a street-level bar, a sleek basement bar with leather booths and chandeliers and,...
Foyer at Claridge's
Extend your pinkie finger to partake in afternoon tea within the classic art deco-style foyer of this landmark hotel. The gentle clinks...
58 Davies St · interesting places nearby
Grays Antiques information
This wonderful building is stuffed with 200 specialist stallholders on two floors selling antique jewellery, costumes, military collectibles, Oriental works and much more. It's fascinating to browse. Make sure you head to the basement where the Tyburn River still runs through a channel in the floor. Not all dealers open on Saturday.