Oxford Street is one and a half miles from end to end. Most shops open 10am until 6 or 7pm. Many also open on Sunday from 12 to 6pm with late nights on Thursday. Oxford Street is best known for Selfridges and the other big department stores which are all found in the section from Marble Arch to Oxford Circus, along with most of the big-name multinationals. It's more of the same towards Tottenham Court Road, but generally on a smaller scale. Oxford Street is said to be the busiest shopping street in Europe

See Oxford Street shop-by-shop

Oxford Street &
13 Lincoln's Inn Fields
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The day starts at Mable Arch Station. We head east along Oxford Street, with a deviation up Duke Street to view The Walace Collection. Possibility of having morning tea at the Wallace Restaurant. Then back to Oxford Street heading east again to New Bond Street where we deviate to the Handel House Museum. Then back to Oxford street and on the Oxford Circus. Here we need to decide if we want to continue uo Oxford Street to Tottenham Court Road Station or take a tube at Oxford Circle to Holborn Station to walk down the Kingsway to Lincoln Inn Fields and the Sir John Sloane Museum.

Tube Route

London Bridge (Northern Line: Northbound via Bank) zone: 1
Bank (Change for Central Line: Westbound to Ealing Broadway or West Ruislip) zone: 1

St. Paul's
Chancery Lane
Tottenham Court Road
Oxford Circus
Bond Street
Marble Arch zone: 1

Time: 23 mins via 8 stations, 1 change, zone 1

Tube Route

Oxford Circus (Central Line: Eastbound to Epping) zone: 1
Tottenham Court Road
Holborn zone: 1

Time: 5 mins via 2 stations, zone 1

Tube Route

Holborn (Central Line: Eastbound to Epping) zone: 1
Chancery Lane
St. Paul's
Bank (Change for Northern Line: Southbound via Bank to Morden) zone: 1

London Bridge zone: 1

Time: 15 mins via 4 stations, 1 change, zone 1