Top 10 things to do near London Oxford Street, tourist attractions

London's Oxford Street

Oxford Street has been one of the most popular places pulsing through the heart of London’s West End for years, and its origins can be dated all the way back to the Roman age.

There are a lot of places in London near Oxford street, which may interest you. While you are here, you will need a place to stay at and The Montcalm London Marble Arch. The Montcalm London Marble Arch has magnificent décor, and the contemporary design of the lobby welcomes you to an experience to remember. The hotel is lavish and has 153 bedrooms with 14 luxurious suites. The rooms are designed well and have all the necessary amenities.


This Primark branch (No. 499-517) has a sales space of approx. 6500 m². You will get affordable fashion in these stores. You will be able to buy a lot of clothes at affordable prices here.


Marble Arch is a beautiful building in London which was built in the 19th-century. It has a white marble-faced triumphal arch. It was built by John Nash in 1827. This was done so that it can be the state entrance to the cour d’ honneur of the Buckingham Palace.


Park House has a modern glass façade. It is the location of a further notable shop which is a branch of the fashion chain River Island (No. 473). It is a British company which has its headquarters in London. In the year 2013, the singer Rhianna presented her own fashion collection in this River Island shop.


Shoppers who have a conservative fashion style need to change the side of the street. They have a vast collection, and you will thoroughly enjoy the shopping experience there. One store is located in Oxford Street only and thus. You can check the collection there.


The next building occupies something exciting in store for you. It occupies the complete street. They have some fantastic goods, and they are presented really well. It is the biggest department on Oxford Street, and it is undoubtedly worth a visit. It is pretty fancy, and you will inevitably end up buying quite a few things.


It is, again, a great store. It is a flagship store which is owned by the British department. It has a vast collection of jewelry, makeup, perfumes, and a lot of other luxury items. You can casually walk around the store. Even if you do not want to buy anything, you could end up doing window shopping.


It is another British department store chain. It contains collection from big brands like Levis, Hugo Boss, French Connection, and Reiss. Everything is available at reasonable prices at John Lewis. It also contains a section with electronics here.

 H & M

On this street, you will find almost anything. H&M is also here, and it is the best store if you want to shop something that is cute and casual. It’s just a few meters from the Oxford Circus. Make sure to check their collection.


Nike Town is in an imposing building on the north-east corner of Oxford Circus in central London. NikeTown opened as the UK’s flagship Nike store in 1999 on the corner of Oxford Street and Regent Street. There are three floors of shopping apart from the ground floor welcome area. Seriously, on one of the most luxurious streets for retail space in London, NikeTown offers no products on the ground floor.


This store is located on 175 – 179 Oxford Street London W1D 2JS

There are three tiers to explore, and with the ground floor hosting an array of new ranges including shampoos, styling creams, face masks, showers, makeup,  shower gels, gourmet soaps, scrubs, and tooth powders. So it’s easy to waste a good hour or two only getting stuck into the products there. You can try a treatment out in the on-site Hair Lab, find your perfect lipstick and pose for a picture in the #selfie mirror and delve into the wide variety of new soaps at the fresh counter.


Every shopaholic person should visit these places on Oxford Street. The shopping spree every shopper has ever wanted can be satisfied by visiting these places.

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