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An attractive and affluent area in central London

"Stepping into Selfridges, I always feel like a kid in a sweet shop...and their window displays are unbelievable!"

Tania Smith

"The buzz around Marble Arch is like no other place in London - I always feel like a tourist when walking around here."

William Campbell

"With so many upmarket designers and eateries along Marylebone High Street, you're spoilt for choice!"

Tania Smith

What is your favourite place?

Where do Marylebone locals go?

St Christopher's Place

After a busy day down Oxford Street, nothing beats a quiet escape to this hidden gem tucked in the heart of Marylebone.

The Langham

Located on the doorstep of Oxford Circus, The Langham is a grand hotel with impeccable service. Luxury at its best. 5 stars.

The Wallace Collection

Displaying a private collection of artworks from the 18th and 19th centuries. The plus point of museums in London is most of them are free to visit...

The Masons Arms

Traditional inside and out, this flower adorned local pub is in a great spot for Regent's Park.

The Joint

The best wings, ribs, burgers and pulled pork in town! It rivals even the most well known and popular barbecue restaurants.


Brekkie, lunch, fresh salads, fine sandwiches, uplifting juices and more... Perfect for any mood.


There are now several adaptions of this restaurant. It started as a one-off and is now growing rapidly. The green chili cheeseburger with the deep-fried pickles and blue cheese dip come highly recommended!


French food and pretty décor, Aubaine is a small London-based chain.

The Ivy Café

Part of the prestigious chain of cafes and restaurants, you might even spot a celebrity or two in this chic cafe restaurant.

The Marylebone

As well as cocktail offers, this centrally located pub infuses its own alcohol, creating delicious drinks throughout the day and evenings.

Another Country

A beautiful interiors shop selling furniture, home accessories and lighting.

The Cavendish

The best place for lunch in Marylebone - partly a private members' club with an elegant atmosphere.

Bonnie Gull

Best seafood in town on the Fitzrovia coastline... Let the smell draw you in!

Chiltern Firehouse

Celeb hangout with grand surroundings - skip dinner and just book a hotel room!

Marylebone Farmers' Market

Every Sunday 10am - 2pm, the market attracts many people far and wide. It's a no brainer for any London foodie!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Fitzrovia, Mayfair, Soho, Bloomsbury, Euston, Regent's Park, Paddington, West End, Covent Garden and Holborn

What do you love about Marylebone?

Why do you find Marylebone a great place to live?


"Marylebone has developed into a very cosmopolitan central London area, which has a lovely village feel to it, despite being a stone's throw from Oxford Street. The high street is now populated with an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants, which are not the usual run of the mill high street names. On Sunday there even is a farmers market with local produce from just outside London. Despite being in the heart of London, the... more

February 2015


"For me, Marylebone makes the heart of London feel like a countryside community. Having grown up in a rural part of the UK i thoroughly enjoy the bustling farmers market, extensive variety of shopping and delicious eateries. A classy area for all to enjoy!"

February 2015


"I'm a keen runner and so it's great to be close to the parks. There's a beautiful high street and great transport links to get around."

December 2014


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"So called because it was used by nannies in the 19th century to the wealthy residents, Nursemaids Tunnel was one of the earliest examples of an underpass - it links the gardens of Park Crescent to the gardens of Park Square on the other side of Marylebone Road. Both parks are privately owned, so access is only available to residents, but can be visited during the annual Open Garden Squares weekend held in June each year."

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Child-friendly activities near Marylebone

Buggy Fit

Outdoor exercise class for parents and carers with their buggies (bring a mat) Website

Story Time-Marylebone Library

Marylebone Library
Stories and craft for the under 5s, with a different theme each week. All ages welcome but best suited for nursery age children Website

Bible Club

All Souls Clubhouse
An all-rounded club that provides children with active games, challenges and craft as well as learning more about Jesus from the Bible. If your child attends All Souls Primary, we can collect them from school. Website

Small Beginnings arts and crafts

Saint Marylebone Church Hall
Sports in various locations. Website

Spirit Young Performers Company - A UniquePerforming Arts School

Diorama Arts Studios
Spirit Young Performers Company is a part-time performing arts school, offering quality musical theatre and dance training. We pride ourselves on providing an environment that is intensive, professional, encouraging and exhilarating for the young performer. Website

Club Kids Group

All Souls Clubhouse
A baby and toddler drop-in for parents and carers. We provide a range of facilities for free play and offer story and singing times, art and craft, and healthy snacks Website
  1. About Marylebone

    Marylebone is an affluent, inner-city area of central London, located within the City of Westminster. It is sometimes written as St. Marylebone or Mary-le-bone. Marylebone is in an area of London that can be roughly defined as bounded by Oxford Street to the south, Marylebone Road to the north, Edgware Road to the west and Great Portland Street to the east. A broader definition designates the historic area as Marylebone Village and encompasses neighbouring Regent's Park, Baker Street and the area immediately north of Marylebone Road, containing Marylebone Station, the original site of the Marylebone Cricket Club at Dorset Square, and the neighbourhood known as Lisson Grove to the border with St John's Wood. The west side of the Fitzrovia area up to Cleveland Street was also previously considered to be part of Marylebone. Today the area is mostly residential, with many medical and dental offices, traditionally concentrated in Harley Street. Since the opening of the Jubilee Line at Baker Street station (with its direct links to Canary Wharf), Marylebone — particularly Marylebone Village — has become an even more sought-after area of Central London.

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