Head to Liberty London for a shopping experience steeped in British heritage, from its famous mock-Tudor exterior, to the iconic Liberty fabric found inside.
There are a range of products and services available across the department store’s six floors, including fashion, homewares, beauty treatments, a food hall and a restaurant.
Where is Liberty London?
Liberty London is located on Regent Street with its main entrance on Great Marlborough Street.
How do I get to Liberty London?
Travel by the Underground to Liberty London by using the Central, Bakerloo or Victoria lines to Oxford Circus station, or the Piccadilly or Bakerloo line to Piccadilly Circus station.
To get to Liberty London by bus, take one of the following services: 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 53, X53, 88, 94, 139, 159 and C2.
What can I buy at Liberty London?
Liberty London sells luxury womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, accessories, home furnishings, haberdashery, fabrics and more.
How old is Liberty London?
Liberty London was established in 1875. The iconic Liberty London store on Regent Street was built in 1924 and contains many interesting features worth checking out.
What can I see in the Liberty London store?
Keep an eye out for Liberty London’s carved wooden animals hidden around the store and see WW2 memorials on the old staircase. You can also admire a huge glass chandelier, portraits of Henry VIII's six wives and the glorious gilded copper weathervane depicting the famous ship, The Mayflower.