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Hamleys
Hamleys

188 - 196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT

Hamleys is one of the world's largest toy shops. Its flagship store is in Regent Street, London. The flagship store...Read more

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Schuh (Oxford Circus)
Schuh (Oxford Circus)Top Pick

200 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1NU

0.22km

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

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Monsoon (Oxford Street West) (Accessorize & Monsoon Children)
Monsoon (Oxford Street West) (Accessorize & Monsoon Children)Top Pick

324 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London, W1C 1JA

0.33km

Accessorize & Monsoon Children store on Oxford Street.Read more

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Disney Store (Oxford Street)
Disney Store (Oxford Street)Top Pick

350-352 Oxford Street, Paddington, London, W1C 1JH

0.4km

Only Disney related items, many of them exclusive. Disney Store London, offers the latest official Disney, Marvel and...Read more

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Office (Oxford Street)
Office (Oxford Street)

190 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1NR

0.23km

OFFICE is a firm favourite with the fashion-pack. Both the men's and women's ranges encompass the whole style...Read more

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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 .



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

Henry VIII Bronze Plaque - Here stood the Palace of Bridewell built by Henry VIII in 1523 and granted by Edward VI in 1553 to the City of London to house Bridewell Royal Hospital founded by Royal Charter in the same year.  The present building was erected in 1802 and in 1862 the court room of the Bridewell Royal Hospital was incorporated therein
C. L. R. James Blue Plaque - C. L. R. James 1901-1989 West Indian writer and political activist lived and died here
Ann Boleyn's Well Red Plaque - Ann Boleyn's Well. A romantic tradition alleges that a blow from the hoof of Anne Boleyn's horse caused the spring (now dry) to rise.  However, "Bullen's Well" more likely refers to "Bolonia" or "Boulogne", the Count of Boulogne was lord of the manor in the 12th century. The well may have been near a chapel dedicated to "Our Lady of Boulogne".
Giles Gilbert Scott Blue Plaque - Sir Giles Gilbert Scott 1880-1960 architect designed this house and lived here 1926-1960
Charles Mackerras Blue Plaque - Sir Charles Mackerras CH.AC.CBE 1925-2010 Conductor and Musicologist Lived Here
Plaque № 40664 - In memory of the sixteen Belgian refugees and the three British citizens who died on this platform during the air raid of 13 October 1940

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