No. Ten’s Top 10 things to do in (and around) Marylebone during your stay

Marylebone High Street

One of London’s last remaining, quintessentially British, village-feel highstreets. Charming and inspiring, Marylebone High Street is a haven of boutiques, independent deli’s and cafes and home to many of London’s favourite restaurants. An idyllic street to shop world-renowned British designers including namesake designer Paul Smith, Toast, The White Company, Aspinal of London and Space NK, without the hustle and bustle of your average high street. Wander off the main street and bimble through the quaint side streets to discover new designers and hidden gems.

Oxford Street

No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel is within short walking distance to Oxford Street and its world-renowned flagship stores.  Stroll from the hotel to one of the world’s most icon streets and retail destinations. Discover Selfridges, a true London establishment, voted the world’s best department store housing all the latest designer brands, gifts and more. The iconic store first opened its doors over 100 years ago in 1909 and has since been a favourite amongst Londoners and the capitals visitors alike. A short stroll further is Bond Street, home to quintessentially English fashion institutions such as Mulberry as well as international designers such as Prada, Louis Vuitton, Nicole Fahri, Armani, Versace and Ralph Lauren is also on our doorstep.

Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London covering 395 acres offering a wide variety of activities, as well as an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many cafes and restaurants. In addition you can explore the large collections of gardens sited on Regents’ Park, once called Marylebone Park. The award-winning Regent’s Park theatre Open Air theatre is one of the largest outdoor theatres in London. If you are visiting Marylebone during the summer months, No. Ten is the perfect place to stay to have easy access to this wonderful Royal Park.

Sherlock Holmes Museum

221B is possibly one of the world’s most famous addresses, especially true of fictional Detectives! Playing homage to Sherlock Holmes and his adventures, the museum is a favourite attraction amongst families and fans alike travelling to London. The Georgian townhouse on Baker Street is filled with exhibits from the Detectives tales and recreations from the 1980’s hit TV show.   Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 9.30am – 6pm, closed on 25th December

The Wallace Collection

Steps from the hotel on Manchester Square, in Hertford House The Wallace Collection is open to the public and the perfect way to spend an afternoon in Marylebone. Home to a vast collection of fine arts from the 15th to the 19th centuries including French 18th-century paintings, furniture, arms and armour, porcelain and Old Master paintings. Opening hours Monday – Sunday 10am– 5pm Closed on 24th, 25th and 26th December

London Zoo

London Zoo often called Regent’s Zoo is the oldest scientific zoo in the world, home to thousands of animals and species in central London. With a program of immersive exhibits including BUGS, the only walk through spider enclosure in London, live shows across the site including at Penguin Beach, England’s biggest penguin pool and Animal Adventure for young visitors, designed for children by children, London Zoo is a fantastic day out for all the family. Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 10am – 6pm

Madame Tussauds

Just a few minutes’ walk from No. Ten; you can visit the waxworks of the world’s greatest stars at Madame Tussauds. With works of the stars from film, TV, sport, royalty, World leadership and the catwalk there’s an icon for everyone to take a selfie with! Guaranteed fun for all the family. Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm, Saturday –Sunday 9am – 5pm Tickets can be purchased in advance through the hotel. Please ask the concierge for more information. [email protected]

Daunt Books

London’s favourite independent bookseller, a five-minute stroll from the hotel on Marylebone High Street. Take in the beauty of the former Edwardian bookshop building whilst browsing the enormous selection of first-hand titles specialising in travel publications, ideal for inspiring your next trip.

Marylebone Farmers Market

Staying with us on a Sunday? You might like to pop in to the weekly Marylebone Farmers Market and explore the 40 different and delicious artisan food stalls and taste the seasons dishes on offer from local producers.

Wigmore Hall

A short ten-minute walk from the hotel, on Wigmore Street stands Wigmore House, one of London’s great concert halls, specialising in chamber and instrumental music, early music and song. As well as music events, the venue showcases study events, family days and artistic series.