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Popular Attractions near Mayfair

If you're a first time visitor to Mayfair, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Mayfair.

What are some good attractions near Mayfair?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Mayfair.

London, Greater London
Whisky Mist
35 Hertford Street Mayfair, United Kingdom 020 7208 4125
Wolf & Badger
32 Dover St United Kingdom 020 3627 3191
Green Park
54 Brook's Mews Greater London, England 020 7399 4300
The Palm Court Afternoon Tea
112 Piccadilly London, Greater London
New Bond St
New Bond St Gt Lon, United Kingdom
40 New Bond Street Greater London, United Kingdom 0845 873 2435
Aspinal of London
25 Brook Street United Kingdom 020 7493 9509
The Wolseley
160 Piccadilly London, United Kingdom 020 7499 6996
Anderson & Sheppard
Old Burlington Street London, UK +44 20 7734 1960
Burlington Arcade
51 Burlington Arcade London, Greater London 020 7493 1764
London, United Kingdom
Hyde Park Corner
United Kingdom

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"The Palm Court Afternoon Tea at The Park Lane is another fantastic spot - very art deco and open with high ceilings."  See More

"Whisky Mist is another great Sunday spot"  See More

"Wolf & Badger is a good place for hip clothes and objets d'art."  See More

"Try looking for the parks on London map and choose Airbnb or whatever right near those parks Regent's Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Park Gardens, even Battersea Park(St James's Park, Green Park st will be too central/ will be expensive)."  See More

"if you have lots of $$$ then hit New Bond St or just walk thru it."  See More

"A random selection of places that would be great for a London gift but aren't touristy souvenir shops: Jo Malone in Covent Garden (or a few other places) has lovely fragrances, body and bath products with very English-y flower and plant scents, Paxton & Whitfield Ltd is a very old-fashioned London cheese shop with expert owners, look in the little gift shops in places like Royal Opera House or museums and galleries, and Smythson or Aspinal of London for little luxury things like notebooks or keyrings (as well as expensive bags and purses)."  See More

"Not necessarily 'authentic' but for an experience, try Sketch or The Wolseley"  See More

"Piccadilly and Burlington Arcade -- Don’t even think about getting on the plane without a visit to these two shopping arcades."  See More

"Once there, check out the shops on Regent Street, Carnaby St and Oxford Street finally ending in Selfridges (another of the city's famous department stores)."  See More

"Once you have your card then you can hop around the city and take in all the sights from Piccadilly Circus to Buckingham Palace (and Green Park) leading up to Hyde Park Corner."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. Mayfair
  2. Whisky Mist
  3. Wolf & Badger
  4. Green Park
  5. The Palm Court Afternoon Tea
  6. New Bond St
  7. Smythson
  8. Aspinal of London
  9. The Wolseley
  10. Anderson & Sheppard
  11. Burlington Arcade
  12. Selfridges
  13. Hyde Park Corner
Where can I find out more about Mayfair?

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