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London’s busiest shopping street, Oxford Street, is a must-visit for visitors searching for retail therapy. Browse high-street brands and luxury department stores when exploring this bustling thoroughfare.
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Everything to know before visiting Oxford Street

Are you planning a trip to this vibrant London shopping street? Why not get to know it before you go? Decide which shops to make a beeline for and book a lunch spot in advance to ensure a table among the crowds.
Oxford Street stretches for 1.5 miles and is home to more than 90 flagship stores. Shop everything from fashion and beauty to tech and homeware when you visit this iconic stretch of London. There are also more than 500 restaurants within a 5-minute walk of Oxford Street, so finding great food is always effortless.

Where is Oxford Street in London?

Oxford Street is in the City of Westminster, in Central London, also home to Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. Get to this prestigious postcode in no time, thanks to London's quick and efficient public transport network.
The street is studded with tube stations, including Marble Arch at its western end, Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road at the eastern end. These stations are served by Central, Elisabeth, Jubilee, Bakerloo, Victoria and Northern lines – plenty of ways to get there!

What shops are on Oxford Street?

This famous street is a haven for fashion shoppers, home to glitzy high-street flagships and the world's most renowned department store. Whether browsing or buying, there are enough shops on Oxford Street to occupy an entire day.
Some must-visit shops on Oxford Street include:

  • Adidas
  • Flannels
  • Foot Locker
  • HM
  • Next
  • Nike
  • The Disney Store
  • Uniqlo
  • Zara

The Selfridges flagship

Oxford Street is famously home to the Selfridges flagship store – the first in the UK and the world. It's one of the most iconic department stores worldwide, first opened in 1909 and has been standing proudly in the same spot ever since.
The original Selfridges is more than just a shop. This English institution is a place to get inspired and indulge, home to a cinema, restaurants, bars and a programme of events.
London Selfridges store highlights include the Beauty Concierge, where you can get help with skincare routines, supplement advice or enjoy LED light treatments. Hungry? Thirsty? The store has you covered, with several breathtaking all-day and late-night restaurants to suit every fancy.

The best restaurants around Oxford Street

There are hundreds of excellent restaurants in the Oxford Street area. Find everything from cosy traditional pubs to sleek modern spots and bustling food halls. Here are a few of the best:

  • Apricity
  • The Barley Mow
  • Market Halls
  • St John
  • Bibi
  • Mercato Mayfair
  • Beast
  • Chisou
  • Harry's Bar
  • Isola

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