Marylebone is a place of rich and rewarding contrasts. On the one hand, it is located in the heart of London, and is little more than a stone’s throw away from the retail hub of Oxford Street and the bright lights and crowds of the West End. On the other hand, Marylebone itself manages to maintain the feel of a smaller but bustling village – close to everything which London has to offer, yet with an atmosphere and feel all of its’ own.
This village feel is reflected in the shops which you’ll find in Marylebone. Rather than simply the well-known brand names which you’ll find on most UK high streets, the leafy streets of Marylebone are home to a wide selection of boutique outlets, trendy designer stores and small, independent cafes, restaurants and bars. As if this wasn’t enough to mark Marylebone out as being just a little bit different, it is also home to several regular markets.
The Cabbages and Frocks Market is held every Saturday in the grounds of St Marylebone Parish Church. It offers a unique combination of designer fashion clothing from around the world alongside an equally varied collection of artisan food and drink. From Argentinian Steak to Moroccan street food, from the innovative work of yet to be discovered clothes designers to antique jewellery and ornaments, Cabbages and Frocks offers the possibility of hours of fascinating browsing.
If antiques in particular are what you’re looking for, then head straight to Alfies Antique Market on Church Street. This is the largest indoor antique market in London, and is home to approximately 100 antique dealers, supplemented by the antique shops which also line Church Street, which is right next door.
The central location of Marylebone is a huge part of its’ appeal, and one of the reasons why it is home to no fewer than eight separate tube stations. From Baker Street to Regent’s Park, these stations cover zones 1,2 and 3 and offer access to virtually all of the major underground lines. From here it will be possible to explore tourist attractions in all parts of the city and the wider UK, but Marylebone itself is packed with sights and amenities worth visiting.
The Wallace Collection, in Hertford House, Manchester Square, not only offers the chance to explore a rich and varied collection of artworks, but also provides talks, tours, classes and workshops, all completely free of charge. Other attractions in Marylebone include the Sherlock Holmes Museum, Madame Tussauds and London Zoo in Regents Park.
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