Food Halls
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London

Selfridges

Address
400 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London W1U 1AB
  • Attributes
  • Nearest Station
    Bond Street Station

Selfridges was opened by Harry Gordon Selfridges in 1909. The neoclassical building has 10 acres of shopping space over 6 floors. Selfridges has won best department store in the world 3 times. Luxury shoppers can visit the ground floor Wonder Room, high-end brands that range from jewellery to sunglasses. The Selfridge’s Food Hall has everything you could want from from the deli counter this is a place to visit if your peckish, hungry or just feel like spoiling yourself.

Open: Monday – Saturday 9.30 am to 21 pm and Sundays 11:30 am to 18 pm.

Where is Selfridges? It is a 4 minute walk from Bond Street station in zone 1. Bond street serves the Central and Jubilee lines.

What is nearby? Marble Arch, Speakers Corner, The Wallace Collection, Hanover Square.

Did you Know?  When Louis Blériot (1872-1936) became the first aviator to fly over water, his plane was put in Selfridges for four days drawing crowds of over 150,000. John Logie Baird (1888-1946) made history by showing his Telivisor in Selfridges in 1925, to celebrate the stores 16 Birthday.