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Hamleys Toy StoreLondon
188 - 196 Regent Street
London W1B 5BT
TfL Fare Zone 1
 
 
To live in this incredible toy store is the dream of many children – there are seven floors devoted to all the toys and games imaginable.
 
Hamleys can trace its origins to William Hamley’s Noah’s Ark toy store at High Holborn that he opened in 1760.
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Hamleys has become a favourite toy shop with Royal children and holds two Royal Warrants. The current Regent Street flagship store opened in 1981 after relocating from smaller Regent Street premises.
 
The Regent Street store has different toy categories on each floor - the ground floor is traditionally soft toys whilst the other six floors have toys ranging from Jigsaws to bicycles and everything in between!
 
Contact & Further Information
 
There are various franchised Hamleys outlets in Britain including at Heathrow Airport Terminals 1, 2 & 3, Stansted & Gatwick airports, St Pancras International Station, Swindon, York and Glasgow.
 
Getting There
We suggest that you visit the TfL website above and use their 'Journey Planner'
 
- By Underground
Oxford Circus Station      Central, Victoria & Bakerloo Lines
Piccadilly Circus Station   Piccadilly and Bakerloo Lines
 
- By Bus
All routes travelling along Regent Street
 
Google Map - Hamley's Toy Store