Peruse the jewelry, designer brands and antiques on display in the upscale boutiques and elegant arcades of London’s prime shopping street.
Bond Street is an iconic commercial avenue flanked by upscale brands, elegant stores and traditional British pubs. The emblematic red telephone boxes, black cabs and red buses will enhance your London shopping experience. Choose from luxury goods, antiques and exclusive designer clothes in this busy and eclectic shopping hub.
Join the socialites, famous faces and sightseers on this dynamic street in the heart of London. Browse the gems on sale in such esteemed stores as Burberry, Chanel, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Ralph Lauren.
The street contains rows of impressive and historic buildings, many of which are protected. Enjoy a meal or stay overnight in nearby hotels such as the famous Claridge’s or Ritz. Visit renowned auction house Sotheby’s, which has a gourmet restaurant.
Explore the antiques and jewelry under the roof of the stylish Royal Arcade. Sit at a bench and people-watch in this affluent district. The Allies sculptures of Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt occupies one of the benches along the street.
The road is split into the southern Old Bond Street and the longer New Bond Street in the north, although locals refer to the entirety simply as Bond Street. Note that it has been a haven for wealthy shoppers since the end of the 18th century. Among its famous past residents are Admiral Horatio Nelson and his mistress Lady Emma Hamilton.
Bond Street is just off Oxford Street in the Mayfair district of London’s West End. It is a little west of the city center and northwest of the bend in the River Thames. Take the Central Line of the London Underground to Bond Street Station, between Oxford Circus and Marble Arch. Visit nearby sights, such as Madame Tussauds London, Hyde Park and the Sherlock Holmes Museum.