41: Hamley's toy shop on Regent Street

HamleysThe red blinds tell you that you are approaching Hamley's, the famous toy shop and one of London's top tourist attractions. There are five floors of playthings for kids of all ages and the store always seems to be buzzing with excitement. The original Hamleys toy shop was opened in London by William Hamley nearly 250 years ago and was called 'Noah's Ark'.


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