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Gentlemen’s Shops in Piccadilly and Jermyn Street (1 Km)

Updated: May 11

Start at Green Park Station

Finish at Piccadilly Circus Station



THE EXPERIENCE

This 1 Km gentleman’s haute cuisine and haute couture shopping route takes you along a section of London’s famous Piccadilly - the road from Green Park Station to Piccadilly Circus Station. It is renowned for its iconic places such as The Royal Academy, the Ritz Hotel, Fortnum and Mason and Piccadilly Circus. The route also follows a section of Jermyn Street, which is famous for its gentlemen's shopping.

Great for gentleman’s shopping, bright lights, history, entertainment venues, iconic sights, hotels, art galleries, museums, and lots of places to eat, drink and be merry.


 

MUST SEE PLACES



What to See List


PLACES TO EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY



Areas to Eat, Drink and Be Merry List

Links to nearby Eat, Drink and Be Merry Routes.



BEST TIME

Morning - The best time to do this route is on weekends in the early morning when it is quiet and free from crowds and heavy traffic.

Day - Piccadilly and Piccadilly Circus will be busy during the day.

Evenings - Quieter in Piccadilly - busy around Piccadilly Circus


ROUTE OVERVIEW

The 0.9 Km route starts at Green Park Station in the Park, turns right onto Piccadilly, and heads past the Ritz Hotel. It turns right down St James Street and immediately left onto Jermyn Street by the Beretta store. It follows Jermyn Street past all the gentleman's outfitters until it gets to Fortnum and Mason on Duke, where it turns left up to Piccadilly exiting at the Royal Academy. It then bears right and goes to its finishing point at Piccadilly Circus, passing in front of the Royal Academy, Fortnum and Mason, Hatchards, Princes Arcade, St James's Church, and the Dilly,


Route at a Glance Video.





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DESCRIPTIVE PHOTO GALLERY


This gallery provides a descriptive and visual reference to many sights along this route. Use the Google Map above to find their location. Double-click to see its full size.

 

INTERESTING FACTS


Piccadilly Facts 

Jermyn Street Facts

Green Park Facts

 

VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE AREA


Click on the picture below to go on a 360 virtual tour of the shopping areas and have a look around.



Use the green route to explore this location by looking around in 360, taking in the sights and sounds, listening to an audio recording about the area and going on a virtual tour.


 

HISTORY & GUIDES VIDEO LIBRARY


This short (4:08 minute) video gives you a quick guided tour of some of the sites on this route.



These history videos provide you with a history of the area and a history of shopping in the west end of London.


5:10 Minutes


7:26 Minutes


 

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