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Liberty, Great Marlborough Street W1B 5AH
Work 0207 734 1234

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Opening hours:
10 AM to 9 PM (Mon–Sat), noon to 6 PM (Sun)
Visiting hours are subject to change

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Libertys shop in London Libertys of London A shop display in Liberty’s department store Liberty department store

Liberty is one of London’s most famous department stores, founded by Arthur Lasenby Liberty in 1875. Its mock Tudor exterior belies its real age – it was only built in the 1920s. The father and son team of E S Hall used hand-made tiles and timbers taken from two old warships – HMS Hindustan and HMS Impregnable.

The old look is continued inside with plush carpets and wood-wall panelling, complementing the wide range of antiques and furnishings (seemingly gathered from Indiana Jones-style adventure trips abroad).

The shop is probably most famous for its oriental rugs and carpets, and long reams of coloured fabrics.

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If you enjoy this then try: Fortnum & Mason (you can walk it in 7 mins); Harrods (walk it in 30 mins or catch a train from Oxford Circus to Knightsbridge); Regent Street (you can walk it in 6 mins) and Selfridges (walk it in 12 mins or catch a train from Oxford Circus to Bond Street).

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