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Marylebone Village London W1 Helpful Area Guide

Nestled in the heart of central London, Marylebone Village transcends the ordinary high street experience. Meticulously cultivated by The Howard de Walden Estate, it stands out as one of London’s most captivating destinations for shopping and dining. Situated just moments from Oxford Street and Bond Street, Marylebone Village boasts charming period architecture and pockets of greenery, desirable boutiques, art galleries and delectable eateries. The must-visit thoroughfares are Marylebone High Street, Marylebone Lane, New Cavendish Street and Moxon Street. I hope you find my area guide to Marylebone Village helpful and that it sparks your curiosity.

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Best Things To Do In Marylebone Village

the wallace collection marylebone village

One of my favourite free museums in London is The Wallace Collection. It’s a national museum in Hertford House that showcases masterpieces from the 15th to 19th centuries, such as paintings, sculptures and furniture. The Wallace Collection is at Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN.

sherlock holmes museum in marylebone village

Also nearby is the intriguing Sherlock Holmes Museum, offering visitors a chance to immerse themselves in the Victorian world depicted in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories. Complete with a charming gift shop, the museum is at 221B Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1 6XE.

madame tussauds marylebone village

You may also be interested in the world-famous Madame Tussaud’s, where you can marvel at lifelike wax figures of over 150 celebrities, including icons like Harry Styles and Cristiano Ronaldo. Additional attractions like the Marvel Universe 4D are also available. Look for the distinctive domed building on Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LR.

st marylebone parish church gardens marylebone village

Take a moment to relax in one of Marylebone Village’s green spaces, such as Marylebone Gardens or Paddington Street Gardens. If you prefer a more extensive park experience, Marylebone is conveniently situated between Regents Park and Hyde Park, offering excellent amenities.

mews marylebone village

Lastly, enjoy the opportunity to wander through the picturesque streets and explore the charming mews courtyards that add to the village’s unique charm.

Best Places To Shop In Marylebone Village

american retro fashion shop marylebone village

Marylebone High Street boasts an array of upscale boutiques, including Agnes B, American Vintage, Max Mara Weekend, The Kooples and Poetry.

tracey neuls marylebone village

For more fashion offerings, venture down Marylebone Lane to discover Tracey Neuls Shoes, Dinny Hall Jewellery and Koibird, which offer statement designer clothing and accessories.

le creuset shop marylebone village

On New Cavendish Street, you’ll find premium interior stores. David Mellor for cutlery and tableware, Le Creuset for cast iron Cookware shop, Little Greene stocks quality paint and wallpaper, and Caravane has fabulous French furniture and textiles.

designers guild in marylebone village

Head over to Marylebone High Street for designer furniture at The Conran Shop, housed in a historic stable block. Further down the road, you can immerse yourself in colour at Designers Guild, where furniture, textiles and wallpaper come to life in vibrant patterns and textures. Cologne and Cotton entice with delicate scents and linens, featuring exquisite bed linens, quilts, throws, and an array of delightful colognes and home fragrances.

vv rouleaux marylebone village

Marylebone Lane beckons with Mud for contemporary tableware, VV Rouleaux for a charming haberdashery experience, and David Penton and Son for hardware, DIY essentials and household items.

moxon street in marylebone village

Regarding food shopping, Marylebone High Street offers Bailey and Sage, where you can find everything from fresh produce to store cupboard essentials, tempting treats, hampers, wines and flowers. Moxon Street is a food lover’s paradise, boasting La Fromagerie and The Ginger Pig.

farmers market marylebone village

Take advantage of the Marylebone Farmers Market on St Vincent Street, Aybrook Street and the top of Moxon Street, open every Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. Here, you’ll discover a delightful array of goods, including pasta, preserves, artisan cheeses, freshly baked bread, vegetables and fruit.

Best Places To Eat In Marylebone Village

orrey restaurant marylebone village

Marylebone High Street offers diverse dining options. Upmarket experiences include Orrey for French cuisine and Carlotta for Italian fare.

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Laid-back brunch spots and casual all-day dining can be enjoyed at Granger and Co (Australian), La Brasserie Milanese (Italian) or Fischers (Viennese).

orrey epicerie marylebone village

Those who want a quick bite will appreciate Orrery’s Epicerie for light lunches and other cafes like Bonne Bouche on Marylebone High Street.

lina stores restaurant and deli marylebone village

Discover Italian restaurants on Marylebone Lane, from Lina Stores to Caldesi’s Tuscan cuisine and Lavo’s coastal flavours.

le relais de venise l'entrecote marylebone village

If you fancy French Food, Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote on Marylebone Lane satisfies your steak and chips cravings.

delamina restaurant marylebone village

Meanwhile, Delamina offers enticing Eastern Mediterranean dishes, which is my favourite restaurant on Marylebone Lane.

ottolenghi marylebone village

I’m also a fan of Ottolenghi’s breakfast offerings, healthy salads, and delicious cakes on Marylebone Lane.

the ivy marylebone village

Alternatively, enjoy British classics at St. John or The Ivy Café. For a touch of traditional charm, try Paul Rothe & Son, a delightful deli since 1900, serving fresh sandwiches and British favourites.

kima greek restaurant marylebone village

Venture onto Paddington Street to discover a selection of Greek restaurants, including Kima, It’s All Greek To Me and The Real Greek.

hagen coffee marylebone village

If you need a caffeine fix, try Hagen on Marylebone High Street for artisan Danish coffee paired with the perfect cinnamon bun. Alternatively, WatchHouse on New Cavendish Street offers modern coffee alongside a tasty brunch and lunch menu.

the coach makers arms marylebone village

Marylebone Village also boasts several great pubs serving tasty grub. Check out The Prince Regent and The Marylebone on Marylebone High Street, The Coach Makers Arms and The Golden Eagle on Marylebone Lane, The Barley Mow on Dorset Street, and The Cavendish on New Cavendish Street, all of which offer hearty pub food alongside a cosy atmosphere.

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Treat yourself to afternoon tea at The Wallace Café inside the Wallace Museum.

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Helpful Information About Marylebone Village

Whether you live in London or are a visitor to this amazing city, Marylebone Village is worth exploring. Accessible from Baker Street, Bond Street, or Oxford Street Stations, Marylebone Village invites you to discover its unique charm.

If you want to explore the area, you may find these articles of interest:

Best Things To Do In Marylebone:

Ten Things To Do In Marylebone

Ten Reasons To Visit Marylebone High Street

Ten Reasons To Visit Marylebone Lane

The Wallace Collection Museum

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Best Places To Eat In Marylebone:

Delamina Restaurant

Jikoni Restaurant

Paul Rothe And Son

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. To avoid disappointment, please check that the places I referenced in this article are still in business before you visit.