London


As one of London’s most visited attractions and the largest museum in the country, nearly five million individuals visit The British Museum each year. It is home to some of the worlds most historic and finest treasures, including the Rosetta Stone and Parthenon Sculptures.

Now known as a popular retail market, Covent Garden had a humble beginning as a vegetable market in 1654. Expanding and evolving over centuries, visitors may now observe historic arcades, browse through quaint shops, enjoy live street performances, and try some of London’s delicacies.  

The Book Club is a cultural revolution. Unlike the traditional London pub, TBC hosts an eatery upstairs - serving all things from breakfast to late night cocktails – and a social atmosphere downstairs – hosting events, live music, ping pong games, video games, films, and more. The eclectic space attracts a particular clientele creating a new exciting buzz in this beautiful city.    

Folklore holds a collection of home goods, design, and furniture. Curated by husband and wife team Danielle and Rob Reid, they believe better living is possible through quality design.