Mayfair, London - the most expensive place on the Monopoly board and one of the most exclusive parts of London. But what is there to do in Mayfair?
Bond Street - the accepted vernacular for Old Bond Street and Bond Street - is famed the world over for its designer brands. If you want to make a dent on your credit card with a splurge on the best fashion and jewellery, you wont be disappointed in Mayfair. There's also the equally famous Savile Row and gorgeous shopping arcades to explore. For something a little different, check out Shepherd Market.
Enjoy green spaces
Mayfair is home to some of London's most famous squares providing beautiful green spaces from which to escape the hustle and bustle. Check out Berkeley Square, Grosvenor Square and Hanover Square - and don't forget the delightful Mount Street Gardens.
Explore London's vibrant arts scene
Some of London's finest galleries and exhibition spaces are in Mayfair. Here's some to check out:
James Hyman Gallery
5 Savile Row
Mount Street Galleries
94 Mount Street
101 New Bond Street
147 New Bond Street and 33 New Bond Street
10-12 Burlington Gardens
Eat Michelin star food
Some of the world's finest chefs ply there trade within the boundaries of Mayfair. Click here to see a list of restaurants with Michelin stars in Mayfair.
See a film
Mayfair's local cinema is the Curzon cinema in Curzon Street. The Grade-II listed cinema is renowned for being a bastion of world cinema and art house movies and is often the host for movie premieres.
Mayfair is home to some of the finest hotels that London has to offer, and this goes hand in hand with some exquisite afternoon teas. There's lots of luxurious, indulgent options to choose from.
Royal Academy of Arts
Set in the beautiful Burlington House on Piccadilly, the Royal Academy's "purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate."
Visit the Faraday Museum at the Royal Institution
Science lives here, as the tag line says. The RI, famous for the annual Chrismas lectures, is in Albemarle Street dates back to 1799. A programme of events can be found on the RI website and the Faraday Museum is open Monday to Friday and free of charge to enter.
Handel House Museum
Step inside the Mayfair home of George Frideric Handel and see where he composed works such as Messiah and Music for the Fireworks.
Famous around the world as the home of men's tailoring. Take a walk down Savile Row and look down into the basement windows to see working being carried out on the finest suits. The Beatles' Apple Corp company had its offices at 3 Savile Row and the band famously performed on the roof the building.