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Schuh (Oxford Circus)
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200 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1NU

Schuh (pronounced 'shoe') is a United Kingdom-based high street and internet branded footwear retailer. "Schuh" is...Read more

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Claire's (Oxford Street)
Claire's (Oxford Street)

108 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1LR

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Oxford Street in London is approximately one and a quarter miles long (two kilometres).



Oxford Street borders four different districts of London, Soho, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, and Mayfair .



Oxford Street is located in the borough of Westminster in central London.

Oxford Street can be considered to form part of the districts of Fitzrovia, Soho and Mayfair .



Oxford Street is home to approximately 300 shops including many famous brands. Some of the most well known shops include: Selfridges, TopShop, Disney Store, Zara, O2, Nike Town, Marks & Spencer, The Body Shop, John Lewis, Pandora and many more.

For a full list of shops on Oxford Street see the Oxford Street shopping section of our website here: https://loveoxfordstreet.com/oxford-street/guide



The Oxford Street shops generally close at 9pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; they close at 10pm on Thursday; and 6pm on Sunday.



Oxford Street is located in central London (England, United Kingdom) in the borough of Westminster. The nearest tube stations are Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street and Marble Arch.

Oxford Street can be considered to form part of the districts of Fitzrovia, Soho and Mayfair .

It is one of the key markers for the "West End". An area of London known for its tourist attractions, shopping, theatres, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Oxford Circus, which is located approximately in the middle of Oxford Street has a latitude of 51.514957 and a longitude of -0.144562.



Selfridges is one of the most famous department stores in London and well worth a visit if you are in central London. It is easy to find. It is located at 400 Oxford Street, close to Bond Street tube station.

For a map showing the location of Selfridges visit: https://loveoxfordstreet.com/oxford-street/map

For help getting to Oxford Street visit: https://loveoxfordstreet.com/oxford-street/location/



Central London has many fantastic shopping streets crammed with all manner of shops selling goodies you never even knew you needed until you see them.

Jermyn Street is a particularly good example of this, when construction work is not going on - which is almost never - it is one of the most beautiful streets in St James's lined with exclusive shops selling men's clothing and male grooming products - silver cut-throat razors and the like.

Oxford Street is perhaps the most famous shopping street in London if not the World with approximately three hundred shops squeezed in to a 2km long road.

Regent Street which crosses Oxford Street is arguably as well known, at least to Monopoly fans. Regent Street is home to the flagship Apple store in London; Burberry's flagship store; and of course the kids' favourite, the World famous Hamley's Toy Store.

Another famous London shopping street which meets Oxford Street is Bond Street (comprising of Old Bond Street and New Bond Street). It is a true fashion mecca housing flagship stores by Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, and many other leading fashion brands.


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Blue Plaques in London

Charles Townley Blue Plaque - Charles Townley 1737-1805 antiquary and collector lived here
John Lewis Black Plaque - John Lewis 1713-1792 Richmond brewer who secured public rights of access to the park 1758
Frederick John Horniman And John Horniman Blue Plaque - John Horniman 1803-1893 and Frederick John Horniman 1835-1906 tea merchants, collectors and public benefactors lived here
Lionel Logue Green Plaque - Lionel Logue CVO 1880-1953 speech therapist to King George VI practised here 1926-1952
Laura Ashley And Bernard Ashley Green Plaque - Laura Ashley designer 1925-1985 began printing fabrics here with her husband, Bernard 1954-1956
Guglielmo Marconi Grey Plaque - From this site Guglielmo Marconi made the first public transmission of wireless signals on 27 July 1896

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