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Marylebone oozes wealth and is a super fashionable central London area. It is home to well-known streets such as Gloucester Place, Baker Street, Marylebone High Street and Harley Street. A charming neighborhood with great gift shops, eateries and culture.

Attractions In The Area

Madame Tussads

The original Madame Tussads sits in Marylebone and was founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussauds in 1884. Over the last 200 years’ masses of people have visited Madame Tussauds and some of the sculptures done by Marie Tussaud herself still exist. 

Sherlock Holmes Museum

The Sherlock Holmes Museum is a quirky little museum dedicated to Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional character Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. Worth a visit for any budding detective.

Baker Street

Baker Street is a famous main street in Marylebone named after it’s builder William Baker. It is most famous for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at a fictional 221B Baker Street address. It was also the original location of Madame Taussaud's museum. 

Regent's Park 

Stunning Regent's Park is a vast, flourishing green space in the heart of the capital. Not only can you enjoy its outdoor splendor, you can experience the Open Air Theatre with many adaptations of Shakespeare, musicals and comedy nights. 

Plus of course there’s London Zoo located in Regent’s Park


Oxford Street is a famously popular shopping street running through Marylebone however, Marylebone neighbourhood is full of boutique stores to browse through. It is home to many artisan food makers and hand crafted foods stores brimming with delights such as home-made sweets and chutneys. You can also delve into literature at historic and pretty Daunt Books. 

On Saturdays the Cabbages and Frocks Market takes over the grounds of Marylebone Parish Church to the north of Marylebone High Street. A mixture of stalls selling food to vintage clothes to hand-made jewellery. 


From trendy bars to traditional pubs and British to international cuisine, Marylebone has no shortage of great places to eat and drink. 


Marylebone is a very convenient area for travel with Marylebone rail station. Underground stations include Baker Street serving the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Hammersmith, District and Circle lines and Marble Arch/Bond Street servicing the Central line. There are numerous buses and taxis. 

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