Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street
Carnaby Street map location

Carnaby Street address

Address:
Carnaby Street is located at:
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Website:
The Carnaby Street website can be visited at www.carnaby.co.uk

How to get to Carnaby Street

When visiting Carnaby Street you can use the following:
Minicabs:
Find minicab and taxi firms near Carnaby Street
Buses:
3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 139, 159, 176, 390, 453
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Trains:
Oxford Circus BKL CNT VIC, Piccadilly Circus BKL PCL
If you want to visit Carnaby Street by train then the nearest train station to Carnaby Street is Oxford Circus
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Carnaby Street Easy to get to? Good for kids? Value for money?n/a Worth a visit?003

The Carnaby Street that we know today started life in 1957 when John Stephen opened up a men’s clothing boutique. It soon attracted like-minded businesses, and within a decade the street was full of fashionable shops selling outrageous outfits.

It gained world fame in the Swinging Sixties, when Carnaby Street and led the world in fashion.

 
  • parloman – “Yeah anyone who is expecting austin powers to run down it with a big brass band are going to be disappointed.”
  • bobby – “I was very disappointed with carnaby street. Maybe it was good once, in the 1960s, but now it is just the same as any other street with the same kind of shops which you would never normally go in. It's nice to take a detour just to see what its like, and to say that you've been there, because its not very far away from oxford street, but its not the kind of place that I would ever go back to.”

If you like Carnaby Street, then you might also like…

> Soho Soho was once the seedier side of London, but now has plenty of pubs, clubs and Chinatown.
> King’s Road Part of the long promenade that runs from the Royal Mews through Sloane Square and Chelsea.
> Oxford Street One of London’s most popular shopping streets, Oxford Street runs all the way to Marble Arch.
> Regent Street Regent Street is one of London’s finest shopping streets, and the main part of ‘Nash’s Sweep’.
 

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