It’s often been said that the centre of London feels like a selection of small villages, and Marylebone is one of the areas which most captures this. Although it is just a quick trip away from the noise, glamour and excitement of Oxford Street and the West End, it also has an atmosphere and ambience which is all its own.
The shops which you’ll find around Marylebone are reflective of this village feel. The leafy streets of the district aren’t simply home to the kind of leading names you’ll find on every high street. Instead, you’ll find yourself exploring a selection of small, independent café and bars, as well as cutting edge designer stores and high fashion boutique outlets. This retail offer is then complimented and boosted with the presence of a handful of regular markets.
Travel to St Marylebone Parish Church on a Saturday and you’ll be able to enjoy the Cabbages and Frocks market. This is home to a unique selection of artisan food and drink as well as designer fashion clothing sourced from all over the globe. Treats you might enjoy while you’re browsing the market include antique jewellery and ornaments, Moroccan street food and Argentinian steaks, as well as high fashion items from designers who are set to be the household names of tomorrow.
If the antiques on the market are the most appealing aspect, then take the time to visit Alfies Antique Market, located on Church Street. This is the largest indoor antique market in London, and hosts around 100 antique dealers. Take a look along Church Street, immediately next door to the market, and you’ll also find a selection of antique shops.
Marylebone is close to the centre of London, and is packed with transport options making it the ideal place from which to explore the wider city. It has no fewer than 8 tube stations of its own, covering zones 1, 2 and 3. These include Baker Street and Regent Park, and from these stations it is possible to travel to major tourist attractions all over the city. If you want to stay in Marylebone, on the other hand, you’ll have plenty of sites and attractions worth spending time visiting.
These include the Sherlock Holmes Museum, London Zoo in Regents Park and Madame Tussauds. Marylebone is also home to the Wallace Collection, located in Hertford House, Manchester Square. Here you’ll have the chance to explore a rich and varied collection of art from around the world, and also enjoy tours, workshops, classes and talks, all of which are provided free of charge.
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