About Marylebone Village

Carefully nurtured by The Howard de Walden Estate, Marylebone Village is one of London’s most distinctive and atmospheric shopping destinations.

Located just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, but very different in personality, it offers an array of shopping, eating and lifestyle experiences in a picturesque setting, surrounded by period architecture and attractive green spaces.

Running through its heart is Marylebone High Street ­– a vibrant stretch of shops, restaurants and cafes, including some of the area’s best-known names – but the quieter roads that flow into it are a major part of the draw: Moxon Street a destination for food lovers, Marylebone Lane a meandering run of small shops and cafes, New Cavendish Street a singular mix of specialist retailers.

Marylebone Village offers a unique blend of independent boutiques and larger, more established brands; some rooted in the community for decades, others dynamic new arrivals. What most have in common is an approach that emphasises high quality products and personal service. The same is true of the restaurants and cafes – diverse in cuisine, but consistent in their quality and welcome.

Visitors can enjoy a range of cultural and lifestyle activities, from art exhibitions to exercise classes, as well as the masterclasses, collaborations and promotions hosted by our shops and restaurants, most of which also participate in the major community events organised by Howard de Walden: the Marylebone Food Festival, Marylebone Design District, Marylebone Summer Festival and Marylebone Christmas Lights.