If you are planning on spending a day exploring Oxford Circus, you will be spoilt for choice with shopping, food, drink and entertainment choices. Located near the BBC you could try applying for audience tickets at BBC’s Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House.
Whilst visiting Oxford Circus you must go to Carnaby Street, which is known as London’s famous shopping street in the West End. And is only a five-minute walk away from Oxford Circus station. Shop until you drop in the many fashion and lifestyle shops, from concept boutiques to British brands. Plus don’t forget to stop under the iconic Carnaby Street arch for a photo opportunity and take a walk through Liberty, the luxury department store. Another shopping highlight near Oxford Circus not to be missed is Oxford Street, the busiest shopping street in Europe, which offers a mix of high-street fashion and international brands.
For the centre of the action, make sure you walk down Argyll Street, which is located close to the Oxford Circus tube stop and the famous London Palladium, which is showing the world famous Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber, starring Beverley Knight from the 23rd of October until early January 2016.
For a great day of exploring everything Oxford Circus has to offer, Garfunkel’s Argyll Street Oxford Circus is a great choice for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even a coffee break when visiting the area. With something for all the family, and starting from only £5.95.
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