Things to Do Near Great Cumberland Place

Shopping would be an obvious choice when it comes to staying in Great Cumberland Place but it is actually an area packed with numerous events and attractions to entice travellers.
Oxford Street is the likely destination for tourists because of its fame across the globe and it certainly doesn’t let shopaholics down with its vast range of chain stores including John Lewis, Debenhams, New Look and Primark.
For something special why not go to the most famous variety theatre in the world – the London Palladium.
The inside of the building with the tiered auditorium, the second-largest in the West End, is very impressive, as is the foyer and main staircase.  The Palladium is steeped in history and included the London debuts for Bob Hope, Liberace, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. In recent years it has hosted musicals including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Visit the beautiful Brown Hart Gardens in nearby Mayfair with its classical stone pillars and domes close to Selfridges.
Found above an electricity sub-station the terrace garden is in an unusual place, which makes it all the more intriguing.
For some delicious fodder go to the W1 Restaurant and discover how food can be accompanied by great interior design. The eaterie has stunning chandeliers and antique French furniture with the food following a similar classical theme with a French influence with dishes such as poached meringues and champagne rhubarb.
To indulge in the nightlife why not go to your local speakeasy Purl? The bar has an extravagant cocktail menu, a range of craft beers and a hypnotic selection of swing, jazz and blues music.
This part of London is a special place to visit with the immense amount of attractions available visitors will find they may need to extend their stay to see everything.

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