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  • 1. Benjamin Pollock's Toyshop

    Covent Garden

    This landmark toy shop still carries on the tradition of its eponymous founder, who sold miniature theater stages made from richly detailed paper from the...Read More

  • 2. Berry Bros. & Rudd

    St. James's

    Nothing matches Berry Bros. & Rudd for rare offerings and a unique shopping experience. A family-run wine business since 1698 (Lord Byron was a customer),...Read More

  • 3. Blackout II

    Covent Garden

    Escape the bustle of Covent Garden's Neal Street here at one of London's top vintage clothing shops. Its two small floors are overflowing with high-end...Read More

  • 4. Columbia Road Flower Market

    Hoxton

    London's premier flower market is about as pretty and photogenic as they come, with more than 50 stalls selling flowers, shrubs, bulbs, and trees—everything from...Read More

  • 5. Covent Garden Market

    Covent Garden

    Established in the 1670s as a thriving fruit, herb, and flower market, this popular historic piazza now has three separate market areas: the Apple Market,...Read More

  • 6. Fortnum & Mason

    St. James's

    Although F&M is jokingly known as "the Queen's grocer" and the impeccably mannered staff still wear traditional tailcoats, its celebrated food hall stocks gifts for...Read More

  • 7. Foyles

    Soho

    Founded in 1903 by the Foyle brothers after they failed the Civil Service exams, this family-owned bookstore and literary landmark is in a 1930s Art...Read More

  • 8. Hatchards

    St. James's

    This is the United Kingdom's oldest bookshop, open since 1797 and beloved by writers themselves—customers have included Oscar Wilde, Rudyard Kipling, and Lord Byron. Despite...Read More

  • 9. Liberty

    Soho

    Its distinctive black-and-white Tudor-style facade, created from the timbers of two Royal Navy men-o'-war ships, reflects this department store's origins in the late Victorian Arts...Read More

  • 10. Neal's Yard Dairy

    Covent Garden

    Magnificent stacks of Britain's finest farmhouse cheeses fill the racks at this renowned cheesemonger and artisan cheese lovers' paradise off Seven Dials. Ever pungent and...Read More

  • 11. Old Spitalfields Market

    Spitalfields

    Once the East End's wholesale fruit and vegetable market and now restored to its original architectural splendor, this fine example of a Victorian market hall...Read More

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  • 12. Paul Smith

    Covent Garden

    British classics with an irreverent twist define esteemed designer Paul Smith's collections for women, men, and children. Beautifully tailored suits for men and women take...Read More

  • 13. Reckless Records

    Soho

    Open since 1984, Soho's longest-standing secondhand vinyl store has seen the reign of cassette tapes, CDs, Napster, and Spotify, and arguably has massively helped contribute...Read More

  • 14. Stanfords

    Covent Garden

    When it comes to encyclopedic coverage, there is simply no better map and travel shop on the planet. Trading in Covent Garden since 1853, Stanfords...Read More

  • 15. Swaine Adeney Brigg

    St. James's

    Providing practical supplies for country pursuits since 1750, Swaine Adeney Brigg carries beautifully crafted umbrellas, walking sticks, and hip flasks, or ingenious combinations, such as...Read More

  • 16. Alfred Dunhill

    Mayfair

    For more than 100 years, Dunhill has been synonymous with the most luxurious and sophisticated men's goods, including accessories, briefcases, and superbly tailored clothes. This...Read More

  • 17. Brick Lane

    Shoreditch

    The noisy center of the Bangladeshi community is a hubbub of buying and selling on Sunday. Stalls have food, hardware, household and electrical goods, bric-a-brac,...Read More

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  • 18. Charbonnel et Walker

    Mayfair

    Established in 1875, this master chocolatier's Mayfair shop specializes in traditional handmade chocolates (rose-petal creams and champagne truffles, for example) and has been creating these...Read More

  • 19. Floris

    St. James's

    What did Queen Victoria, Mary Shelley, and Marilyn Monroe have in common? They all used products from Floris, one of the most beautiful shops in...Read More

  • 20. Greenwich Market

    Greenwich

    Established as a fruit-and-vegetable market in 1700, the covered market now offers around 120 mixed stalls of art and crafts on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and...Read More

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