Liberty of London

Department Store
Great Marlborough St
London, Greater London W1B 5AH
+44 20 7734 1234
Monday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 6:00pm

Tips

  • Investing in a stand-out piece of jewellery is an easy way to update your look - Libertys new Jewellery Emporium is amazing! See summers best jewellery here: http://bit.ly/OITC7Q
  • Call it mini Harrods. Worth visiting whether ur a window shopper, or a shopping freak.
  • Don't bring your wallet
  • worth visiting if not just for the window displays. Essential shop for those looking for top quality items - from lingerie to lamps.
  • Theres nothing more quintessentially British than a classic Liberty of London print. Scoop up the iconic shirts and accessories for friends back home.
  • Best department store in the city!
  • The stationary room tucked on the ground floor is carefully curated, filled with charming handmade notebooks, signature Liberty stationary and chic pens and gifts. Kristin Knox, The Clothes Whisperer
  • Best menswear department in London.
  • Great for scoring unique gifts, or just have some tea at one of the cafes.
  • De belles dcouvertes chez Liberty
  • E X Q U I S I T E ! Liberty's insider knowledge of fashion & scarves is spectacular.
  • One of the best places to go shopping for menswear
  • Known for its diverse shops, this place practically has it allclothing, beauty products, home items, and even a variety of fabrics.
  • Sample Francis Kurkdjian. The worlds most exciting perfumer.
  • stationery paradise!
  • For me this is the best department store in London. The best selections and the stationary sector is a must.
  • LADS. The florist here is definitely the best value for beautiful flowers in the West End. You're welcome.
  • Visit JOSH WOOD ATELIER at 3rd floor. The best hairdresser salon on the world.
  • One of the best stationary shops in London - and of course the Liberty selection
  • 3 February: One of the finest buildings of the Tudor revival Arts and Crafts movement, it was constructed in 1924 using original timbers from the HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan.

Nearby places

Carnaby St
400 Oxford St
235 Regent St