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Shopping in Central London, UK

Famous London Shopping Streets

Carnaby Street   Jermyn St   King's Road  New Bond Street   Oxford Street    Piccadilly   Regent Street   Seven Dials


The Famous London Shopping Streets

Oxford Street London with Selfridges flying all the flags.
Photo by roger4336


Carnaby Street   Jermyn St   King's Road  New Bond Street   Oxford Street    Piccadilly   Regent Street   Seven Dials

Carnaby Street


Became famous in the 1960's when it was THE fashion venue in this historic fashion period. It is still one of the Worlds top fachion streets with it's designer boutiques & shops..

Jermyn Street


As Saville Row is Known for it's high end suits Jermyn Street  is known for its high end shirt shops


Thomas Pink

Thomas Pink Mens Shirt

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Thomas Pink Ladies Shirt Dress


One of the best Shirtmakers is Thomas Pink who manufacture both mens & ladies shirts, knitwear & accessories

King's Road


High Fashion and trendy new designs in clothing and household decoration can be found along Kings Road & at it's start in Sloane Square





Laura Ashley



Home and Fashion


120 Kings Road, London, SW3 4TR

New Bond Street - Old Bond Street


New Bond Street  & Old Bond Street is renowned for the higher end in shopping luxury.  You will find the very top designer names in these two streets.







Tiffany's are the world's top jeweler.


Branches in London:

  • 25 Old Bond Street
  • Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB, London W1S 4QB
  • 145 Sloane Street, London SW1X 9AY
  • Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL
  • The Courtyard, Royal Exchange, London EC3V 3LQ
  • Westfield Shopping Centre, The Village, London W12 7GQ
  • Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QS
  • Heathrow Airport T3 & T5 (Both Airside) Heathrow Airport Hounslow

Oxford Street

From Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road is 1.5 miles and full of end to end shops and Londons Main Shopping street.



Austin Reed Menswear & Womenswear



Austin Reed 1002, 103-113 Regent Street, London, London, W1B 4HL




Debenhams Oxford Street London

Debenhams Oxford Street London

Photo by minor9th








hmv Oxford Circus



150 Oxford Street,




House of Fraser
Photo by secretlondon123

House of Fraser



House of Fraser, 318 Oxford Street, London W1C 1HF

John Lewis Oxford Street London
Photo by Dan Lockton

John Lewis



John Lewis, 278-306 Oxford Street, London W1C 1DX





Marks and Spencer



Marks and Spencer also known as M&S has over 400 shops throughout the World with 21 million people visiting there stores every week..


Marks and Spencer Merchantdise

Just over half there business is through the food department the rest by the Ladies & gents Clothing departments and the home department.



Brief History

In 1884 Michael Marks started his carear wth a market stall, "MARKS PENNY BAZAR" in Leeds Kirgate Market where all goods were sold for 1 penny.

Spencer was one of his suppliers who had a small warehouse near the market.  The 2 men went ito partner ship and opened there first warehouse shop in Manchester


There flagship London store was opened in 1930 in Oxford Street, but only the basement & ground floor, later expanded to 4 floors.


Marks and Spencer, 458 Oxford Street, London W1C 1AP



Plaza Shopping Centre Oxford St
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Plaza Shopping Centre








Selfridges Impressive Front
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Selfridges, Oxford Street



Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London, UK W1A 1AB


Selfridges is a massive store located on Oxford Street near to Marble Arch and was established in 1809.


The store is probably best known for it's "Miss Selfridge" brand on Ladies fashions but it also sells a vast array of goods in its many different departments including:

  • Accessories
  • Beauty
  • Children's
  • Home & Leisure
  • Food & Drinks
  • Gifts
  • Mens wear
  • Womens wear


You will also find 4 cafes or restaurants throughout the store




499-517 Oxford St, London W1C 2QQ













Underground stations  Underground Stations in Oxford Street

Marble Arch

Bond Street

Oxford Circus

Tottenham Court Road


Bus Routes Bus Routes along Oxford Street

7, 8, 10, 25, 55, 73, 98, 390



Fortnum and Mason



Most famous for it's food hall that supplies the Royal Family, Fortnum and Mason is the most prestigious store along Piccadilly.


Besides it's food the store has great gifts for Him & Her and a wide range of Cookware and Dining wear.


There is also a choice of 4 restaurants & a Wine bar


Fortnum and Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER, United Kingdom

Regent Street



Austin Reed Menswear & Womenswear Store



Austin Reed 1002, 103-113 Regent Street, London, London, W1B 4HL




Hamleys Gigantic Toy Store


Hamleys toy store

Photo by MuLaN™


Hamleys is the largest toy store in the United Kingdom and has a vat array of over 40,000 toys and games over it's 7 floors.


The staff are experts at demonstrating the merchandise making Hamleys the best toy store in the World.


Address: 188-196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT


Routes: 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15,23,25, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, 159, 177, 190, 390, 453, C2


More Hamleys Stores are in the following locations

Glasgow - St.Enochs
London St.Pancras
Heathrow Airport - Terminal 1
Gatwick Airport - North Lounge
Stansted Airport


Dublin - Dundrum Ireland
Middle East







The store sells fabrics, ladies & gents designer clothing, arts&crafts, anttigues, and personal beauty & grooming products.


In 1875 Arthur Liberty opened his shop at 218 Regent Street, selling ornaments, fabric and objets d'art from Japan and the East.. His store Liberty rapidly became synonymous with luxury and great design which continues today.


The fabulous timber framed Tudor style building along Great Marlborough Street was opened in the 1920's

The Tudor building is located 30 metres from Regent Street along Great Marlborough Street



Regent Street Transport



Underground stations  Underground Station for Regent Street :
Oxford Circus - Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus - Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines


Bus Routes Bus Routes along Regent Street No's: 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 53, X53, 88, 94, 139, 159 and C2



Seven Dials


Tottenham Court Road


Tottenham Court Road is more specialised that other Shopping Streets

At the northern end are the House, Home & Furniture shops& Stores and at the southern end the electronic and Computer shops, many with on line sales.

Harvey Nichols Store


Harvey Nichols
Photo by yisris

Also known by it's nickname "Harvey Nicks" this famous store mainstay is it's Ladies & Mens clothing departments where you will find the top end quality in it's luxury merchantdice.


Magnificent views of the West End can be see from the fifth the top floor  cafe with an outdoor terracerestaurant.  On this floor is also the Restaurant, bar & Food hall with a wine shop



Mon - Sat: 10am - 8pm

Sun 11:30am for browsing & Noon for sales - 6pm


Located on the corner of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street

Harrods Department Store



Harrods Department Store
Photo by nikoretro

Harrods is the best known luxury Department Store in the World, and it's owner Mohamed Al-Fayed a businessman from Egypt & a billionaire is also know World wide, especially after the sad death of Diana Princess of Wales & .Mohamed Al-Fayed son, Dodi Al Fayed were killed in the Paris Car Crash in 1997


The store opened in the 1880s




87 - 135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London

Markets Indoor & Street Markets

Brick Lane Market   Camden Market Camden Town  Petticoat Lane Market  



Brick Lane Market



Brick Lane Market

Photo by unicellular

Sunday only 8 am - 2 pm

Brick Lane Market is a large Sunday Street flea market that is connected by Wentworth Street to Petticoat Lane (Middlesex Street)


Brick lane is also a nightlife centre with it's good bars, clubs and lots of very good Curry Houses


Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane

61 Brick Lane

Now the home of very trendy shops & bars and artistic designers


The Sunday market extends into this building and it is where a lot of up & coming young designers set up there stalls selling fashionable clothes, art & crafts & fashion accessories




Good Bars in Brick lane



Vibe Bar

0pposite Old Truman Brewery  Outdoor Terrace


93 Feet East

on Brick Lane frontage of Old Truman Brewery

Outdoor Courtyard

Open 7 days a week:

Monday – Thursday: 5pm – 11pm
Fridays: 5pm – 1am
Saturdays: Midday – 1am
Sundays: Midday – 10.30pm


The Brickhouse


TheBigChill bar


Loco Mojito





Camden Market Camden Town





Covent Gardens Market





Petticoat Lane Market



Petticoat Lane Market

Photo by Nagyman

on maps as Middlesex Street


Extremly well known Sunday Street market selling almost everything.


Trinity Market

Next to Covent Gardens Market

Shopping Centres

The brand new Shopping centre at Stratford has now opened.

Charing Cross Underground Shopping Arcade

Located in a Underground stations  London Unergroubd Tube passageway accesses from next to Starbucks coffee shop In the Strand, opposite Railway Station Charing cross Railway Station



Davenports Magic Shop



7 Charing Cross Underground Shopping Arcade, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4HZ ;



The ID Photoshop



18 Charing Cross Underground Shopping Arcade

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

We have placed the Brent Cross Shopping Centre on our list although it is outside Central London but still within the M25 motorway. The centre is located within the London Borough of Barnet


Brent Cross Shopping Centre has

  • 120 shops, stores, a bank, Bureau de change(in M&S) or cafes, coffee shops, fast food outlets & restaurants
    • Major Stores
      • Boots
      • Fenwick
      • H&M
      • John Lewis
      • Marks & Spencer
      • Waitrose
      • WH Smith
  • A free Car Park for 8,000 cars that suround the shopping centre on all 4 sides



Nearby main roads: M1, A41 Hendon Way, A5 Edgware Road and A406 North Circular Road


Address: Prince Charles Dr, Barnet, London NW4


Underground stations  Nearest Underground Stations

Hendon Central roughly 5 minutes walk

Brent Cross 10 minute walk or use bus service



Bus Routes  The bus is the most convient metod of public transport

Bus Routes that go to the large Brent Cross Bus Station just outside the centres main doors

102, 112, 113, 142, 143, 182, 186, 189, 210, 232, 266, 326 and C11.


Railway Station  The Mainline Station is 15 minutes walk

One New Change


St Pauls

28 October 2010



Plaza Shopping Centre - Oxford St

The Plaza, 120 Oxford St, London W1D 1LT

 Shops, Coffee bars, Cafes as listed below

BB's Coffee & Muffins
Cards Galore
Clinton Cards
Games Workshop
Heena Beauty
High and Mighty
M Butterfly
Pizza Hut Express
Post Office
Sports Direct
Taza La Plaza
The Perfume Shop
Virgin Active
WH Smith
Yam Yam To Go


London Underground

Tottenham Court Road

Oxford Circus




Victoria Place





Westfield London



The largest Shopping Centre in Europe






Stratford -


The Mall






Westfield Stratford



Another large westfield Shopping centre as now been built and open for business.

Built at Stratford for the olympic Games



City of London Shopping

One New Change

One New Change is the largest & newest Shopping Centre in the City of London.


Because of it's controversial style it has been nicknamed 'The Stealth Building"


One of the good thing about it is its views from its roof terrace, and a visit there is absolutely free. On my visit a roof terrace cafe was been fitted out & should now be open.

A dramatic close view of next doors St Paul's Cathedral is available with the roof of the main part of the Cathedral just above eye level.  Unfortunately a bit of bad designing prevents the view of the bottom portion of the Cathedral.

Spectacular unusual views of St Paul's Cathedral can be seen from the glass sided lift so have your camera or Video camera ready on your journey to the roof.

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