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Lots to see and do at The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection in London's Marylebone is a collection of artworks from the 18th and 19th centuries, created by the first four Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, the son of the 4th Marquess. The works are showcased at Hertford House, one of the Wallace family's properties in the capital, back in the 19th century. Lectures, workshops and courses allow visitors to gain a more informed, hands-on approach to the gallery.

Window shopping in Mayfair

Just steps away from The Wallace Collection are the magnificent designer stores of Oxford Street and Bond Street. The most luxurious brands in the world are clustered around prestigious Mayfair, and here you can peruse the best in high fashion, fine jewellery and rare antiques, even if you're not buying.

Affordable dining on Marylebone's High Street

London's Marylebone is famous for its Georgian townhouses, swanky independents and decadent bars and restaurants. But head to the High Street and there's an ample handful of everyone's favourite chain restaurants, so you can dine out without breaking the bank.

Planning a trip to The Wallace Collection? Travelodge London Central Marylebone Hotel is less than a mile away, or Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is just over a 15-minute journey on the Central Line tube.