Where were you when Prince William and Kate Middleton were married? How about when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot? If I asked you to name all the little royals that have been born in the last six years, could you name them? If you know the answers to these questions, you might be an Anglophile.
Or maybe you don’t know all these things, but have a friend who loves all things British? If you have been searching for something to remind yourself of your love of Great Britain, look no further. A true Anglophile will cherish these.
Who doesn’t love this special teddy bear? Every kid (at heart) loves reading about Paddington Bear’s adventures. With the success of his recent movie, a whole new generation of kids have seen this utterly British bear brought to life.
This adorable plush bear comes with the classic coat, hat, boots, case and a real label that asks the finder to, “Please look after this bear, thank you.” Any little (or big) anglophile in your life would love this British icon. To bring home this bear, click here.
Traditional Pub Grub: Recipes for Classic British Food
What better way to connect to Mother England than to cook up some of the classic food made famous across the pond? This creative gift will allow anyone who receives it to feel like a real Brit, even at home in America.
You’ll find traditional and delectable recipes from toad-in-the-hole and Lancashire hotpot to summer pudding and shortbread. This book will also help plan the perfect afternoon tea or a delicious dinner party. Want to have some fun in the kitchen? Click here to get started.
Great Pubs of London
An expanded version of the original (in case your friend already has a copy!) The pub is known worldwide as an essential aspect of London life.
In this beautifully bound hardback, you will be able to get a glimpse into 25 historically and architecturally significant pubs in the heart of London. You will see why these pubs are iconic and famous in their own right.
Learn some history while appreciating London culture with interesting facts and stories to go along with each location. This book is the perfect British gift for any lover of all things London. Start your pub experience here
Gibsons London Landmarks 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle.
From the classic puzzle making company, Gibsons, this gift will allow your British loving friend a glimpse at the heart of London (after they finish the endeavor of putting all 1,000 pieces together.) The finished product is 48×68 cm, and it built from thick, durable puzzle board. It was even made in Great Britain! Throw in a frame, and your friend might hang up this finished puzzle on the wall. Pick up your remembrance of all things London here
London Tube Map 1000 Piece Puzzle.
If one puzzle isn’t enough, how about a map of the London Underground System, or The Tube. Plus, they can study the map and be ready for their next visit! Just don’t take it with you. The finished puzzle is 75×50 cm. You can get this treasure here
Cadbury Chocolate Bars
What better British gift than the gift of British snacks! You will receive a box of ten full-size versions of the best selling Cadbury British chocolate bars, as well as a fun “Great British Treats” box. This box is shipped directly from Britain for an authentic British flavor and experience. Start your snacking here
Vintage Telephone Booth Bedside Lamp
One of the most unique and utterly British gifts you can give would be this fantastic bedside lamp that is a perfect replica of a retro British phone booth.
A touch controlled lamp is safe for your eyes with a warm, LED light and it also conserves energy. Tap once to turn the light on or off, or hold for three seconds to control the brightness. The lamp can work with either a cord or batteries. Let your favorite anglophile wake up every morning think of dear old Britain. Start here.
If you have an Anglophile in your life that you love, buy them one of these incredible British gifts, schedule a high tea, invite them over and make their day! Not only will you show them you know them and appreciate their interests, but you will also help them celebrate their favorite place on Earth and let them enjoy some British culture in their everyday life in America.
~ John Muir, Father of the National Parks