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Piccadilly Arcade London
London SW1Y 6NH
TfL Fare Zone 1
 
 
 
The Piccadilly Arcade website’s description of the Arcade sums it up perfectly:
“The Piccadilly Arcade has always offered traditional quality, luxury and style. The same is true today as it was in 1910, with a unique blend of specialist shops.
 
The 16 shops are home to many different retailers, offering high quality goods and a service of national and international repute. From modern and vintage jewellery, handmade waistcoats and tailoring to unusual and unique giftware, the Piccadilly Arcade has much to offer discerning customers. The Piccadilly Arcade has grand entrances on both Piccadilly and Jermyn Street and offers an attractive walk between these two historic streets”.
 
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Built 1909-1910 this Edwardian arcade is opposite Burlington Arcade and runs through to Jermyn Street. At this end is a statue of the Regency arbiter of fashion, Beau Brummell. The arcade contains a number of tailors and men’s outfitters.
 
The Piccadilly Arcade is located in a well known shopping and accommodation area – nearby are Fortnum & Mason, Dover Street Market, Jermyn Street, and The Ritz and Mayfair Hotels.
 
Contact & Further Information
 
Getting There  
To plan your journey use the TfL 'Journey Planner' above.
 
- By Underground
Green Park Station           Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee Lines
Piccadilly Circus Station    Piccadilly and Bakerloo Lines
 
- By Bus
Routes 8, 9, 14, 19, 22, 38
We suggest that you visit the Transport for London website above and use their 'Journey Planner'
 
Google Maps - Piccadilly Arcade