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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Some of Mayfair’s oldest and most respected auction houses, such as being Phillips and Sotheby’s known to sell extremely rare antiques and collectables are also located here. Mayfair also boasts some of the capital’s most exclusive restaurants, luxury shops, bars and clubs