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Covent Garden

COVENT GARDEN

FEATURES

- World’s largest Apple store at the time in August 2010

- World class shopping and dining destination

- Restaurants offering a plethora of international flavors

ABOUT COVENT GARDEN

Covent Garden maintains a curated retail mix, blending global brands such as Chanel and Mulberry with independent retailers like Nigel Cabourn alongside traditional artisanal market stalls. The dining scene continues to strengthen with openings from Petersham Nurseries and SushiSamba soon to join Frenchie, Balthazar and LIMA Floral. Covent Garden is also making a return to its 17th century residential roots, with carefully converted luxury apartments surrounding the Piazza attracting new Covent Garden residents.

LOCATION & STORE HOURS

ADDRESS:

The Market Building,

London WC2E 8RF

STORE HOURS:

Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 7 PM

Sunday: 11 AM – 4 PM

Store hours may differ on holidays.

 

SHOPS AT COVENT GARDENS

K

kate spade new york

L

Levi's

Lululemon 

M

Michael Kors

P

Paul Smith

R

Ray-Ban

S

Sandro

T

Ted Baker

The Cambridge Satchel Company

The North Face

A

Agnes B

AllSaints

Ash

Aspinal of London

B

Barbour

Burberry

C

Chanel

Cos

D

Daniel Wellington

E

Edwin

J

Jigsaw

 

For a complete list of shops at Covent Garden, please click here. Please note, shops listed above may differ; please call the local store prior to visiting for more information.

HOW TO GET THERE

BY UNDERGROUND

Covent Garden is on the Piccadilly Line. Covent Garden's tube station is a very short walk from the Market Building at the end of James Street. Covent Garden underground station only has lifts up from the platforms so it can be slow-going at busy times. During peak times we suggest getting off at Leicester Square, which is a short walk to Covent Garden.  Use TFL’s Journey Planner to help find your best journey

BY BIKE

There are bike racks in Southampton Street, Bow Street, and on the corner of Russell Street & Wellington Street.

For more information on cycling in central London, visit the Transport for London web site

BY BUS

If you're heading for Covent Garden by bus, the RV1 stops at Covent Garden. The 9, 13, 15, 23, 139 and 153 all stop at Trafalgar Square and Aldwych (both a short walk from the Market Building). The No. 24 stops at Leicester Square; Covent Garden is signposted from there. For more information on buses in London, visit the Transport for London website

 

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