Landmarks and attractions in Mayfair

Mayfair is one of the most well-known districts in the whole of London. Thousands of tourists flock to its prestigious streets every year. If you’re a first time visitor or simply want to see the area through the eyes of a newbie. Here are some must-see landmarks and attractions in Mayfair

17 Bruton Street.

Whilst it may seem like an ordinary building from the outside, 17 Bruton Street is actually a rather special destination. It’s the birthplace of Queen Elizabeth II. It’s a great photo opportunity for any fan of the Royals. If you’re in the area, make sure you get a snap with the plaque.

Grosvenor Square 9/11 Memorial.

This beautiful memorial park is tucked away in the centre of Grosvenor Square and provides ample opportunity for quiet reflection and remembrance. Schedule a stop and pay your respects in the quiet and calm of this picturesque park.

Handel House Museum.

A must-see for any music fan, the Handel House Museum is a stunning restored Georgian property. Handel House was home to George Frederic Handel and Jimi Hendrix. Head for Brook Street and immerse yourself in this creative culture – it’s an afternoon you’ll never forget.

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