Oxford Street

Oxford Street is London's leading luxury shopping destination; a list of London shops, boutiques & department stores can be found at the Oxford Street London.

In the heart of central London’s busiest shopping district lies Oxford Street, which runs from Marble Arch to St Giles’ Circus, crossing Tottenham Court Road and Charing Cross Road on the way.

Night Sight

The street’s present name comes from the Earl of Oxford who, in the 18th century, bought up much of the surrounding land in order to develop it. This development continued until the early 20th century and resulted in the thriving shopping area we see now.

Oxford Street suffered considerable bombing during the Second World War. During the night and early hours of 17 to 18 September 1940 the street suffered particularly heavy bombing, and many buildings were badly damaged or destroyed, including four department stores: John Lewis, Selfridges, Bourne & Hollingsworth and Peter Robinson.

Oxford Street is home to a number of major department stores and numerous flagship stores, as well as hundreds of smaller shops. It is the biggest shopping street within Inner London, and though not necessarily the most expensive or fashionable, is considered to be the most important, and forms part of a larger shopping district with Regent Street, Bond Street and a number of other smaller nearby streets.

Marks & Spencer Marble Arch, largest Marks & Spencer store of 170,000 square feet (16,000 m2) at the junction of Oxford Street and Orchard Street.

Contact Details


Oxford Street,



Telephone: 020 7462 0680

Email: info@newwestend.com


Free Entrance for all

Opening Timings:

Monday to Friday : 09.00 to 20.00


: 09.00 to 21.00


: 09.00 to 19.00


: 12.00 to 18.00

See individual stores for more details