The city that has it all; our Jack Collection is inspired by our proud British Heritage. To honour this we want to share our recommendations with you of it's most interesting sights and mouthwatering delights. Discover something new in this charming city.
Visit Big Ben
When you think of London, our most iconic landmark springs to mind - Big Ben. The 160 year old 'Great Clock and bell' positioned in the heart of Westminster, sits at 320 foot tall and famously rings every 15 minutes. This impressive architecture and engineering is a must see on your way to the London Eye and Houses of Parliament.
Afternoon Tea at Claridge's
A British tradition that dates back to the 1840s. If you are after a quintessential afternoon tea experience, then Claridge's is a must. From the elegant decor to a menu of sweet and savoury pastries prepared by the finest of Parisian pâtissiers. Daily sittings start from 2.45pm until 5.30pm, along with seasonal inspired afternoon tea served on Mother's Day and Easter Sunday.
Discover Buckingham Palace
A trip to London is not complete without a visit to Buckingham Palace; the prestigious abode to the Monarchy dates back to 1702 and was originally built for the Duke of Buckingham. No need to marvel at the luxurious Palace from the outside, the palace is open to the public for tours at certain times throughout the year.
Feast at Borough Market
In need of lunch on the go? This beautiful and renowned food and drink market sources British produce to create delicious street food favourites from Pulled Pork Mac n Cheese to freshly prepared Paella. The friendly 1000 year old market is situated next to London Bridge and open to the public daily.
Be inspired at the V&A Museum
Don't miss out on visiting one of the largest and most exciting Art & Design exhibitions in the world. The Victoria and Albert Museum is full of beautiful fashion, textile archives and holds more than 2 million objects - guaranteed to spark creativity. The 19th century building also includes specialised departments with art from Europe, South and East Asia.