Oxford Street

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Oxford Street map location

Oxford Street address

Address:
Oxford Street
Web:
oxfordstreet.co.uk

How to get to Oxford Street

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Buses:
3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 53, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, 159
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The nearest train station to Oxford Street is Oxford Circus
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Oxford Street is one of the Europe’s busiest shopping streets and has some of London’s best shops. It stretches for more than a mile between Charing Cross Road and Hyde Park in the west. It is usually jam-packed with shoppers too, and you’ll be hard-pressed to even cross the road at Christmas.

It is has all the main department stores, including John Lewis, M&S and Selfridges. It also has some big names on the high street, like Next, Top Shop and HMV.

Shops in Oxford Street

Selfridges was built by a Chicago businessman in 1909, and occupies a whole block on Oxford Street.

It is said that Selfridge was responsible for bringing American sales methods to English business – utilizing eye-catching window displays.

 
  • sarahg – “Oxford street is always heaving, and theyve got rid of borders which used to be my favourite shop in London. I think its gone bust. But if you like next, then you'll be happy in oxford street because they've got 3 of them! Why they just cant turn them all into one huge big one I dont know. Because then I could do all my clothes buying in one place without having to walk anywhere else!.… more”

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