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Fortnum & Mason, London

4.1
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Originally opened as a small grocery shop in 1707, Fortnum & Mason is a modern department store situated in central London. Globally acclaimed for its high-quality goods, the store has held many Royal Warrants (a sign of prestige held by official suppliers of the royal family) over the past 150 years. The store is famed for its loose-leaf tea and renowned luxury picnic hampers, containing Stilton cheese, Champagne, quails’ eggs, and smoked salmon. These hampers have been popular since Victorian times, and make ideal gifts for a variety of special occasions. Choose your perfect hamper online, and pick it up at the store at the end of your busy day of shopping. Our London trip itinerary builder tool makes visiting Fortnum & Mason and other London attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Yet ANOTHER online order late, then astray altogether. This was just tin of favourite biscuits for our daughter but still. Year after year problems with your carrier reflect so badly on you...  more »
  • Tea and gourmets canapes are just my version of heaven. Really great High Tea and diverse selection. I really enjoyed the antique atmosphere and British charm.  more »
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  • Loved Fortnum and Mason. Very much focused on tea but their food court and other departments are great. Smaller than Harrods but easier to get around, not as crowded (people and merchandise) and products are presented much better. Everyone we spoke too was helpful and knowledgeable. Architecture and art throughout the 5 floors is stunning. Well worth a visit and look forward to going back.
  • I love Fortnum and Mason and have shopped here for a few years only when I need a little treat. It’s a beautiful grand luxurious store and you will find the finest produce and best quality stuff here. I love Harrods too but Fortnum and Mason tops it for me. Try tea there as well. I haven’t had a proper meal there yet but it’s on my list. Love it

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