Places to Shop in Regent's Park

ANNA Primrose Hill, London, NW1 8XL

ANNA has become one of the largest and most successful independent womenswear retailers in the UK, thanks to a winning combination of quality clothes and exemplary customer service. Anna Park established the ANNA brand in 1994, firstly with shops in East Anglia, then with this flagship London outlet that she unveiled some three years later. Located on the northern fringe of Regent’s Park, this beautiful, bijou boutique is spread across two floors. The... read more

Markson Pianos Albany Street, Regent’s Park, London NW1

Leafy Regent’s Park with its terraced Edwardian houses and specialist shops such as Markson Pianos, is a stunning area to live. Whether you’re a piano virtuoso or simply delight in tickling the most elegant of ivories, this magnificent store, founded in 1910, is an inspiring place to visit. As you sashay between the finest Steinway, Bentley, Bechstein and top of the line Yamahas, Markson’s, knowledgeable staff can offer as much advice as you need. A... read more

Alfies Antique Market in Church Street, Regent's Park, London NW8 8DT

The world-famous Alfies is one of the largest indoor antiques markets in London and, with more than 75 dealers, it is now one of the most popular places to buy antiques, collectables and vintage items. The market extends to 35,000 square feet, is spread across five floors, and is packed with a wide range of treasures including jewellery, watches, silver, ceramics, glass, paintings, furniture, lighting, vintage clothing and African textiles. As well as... read more

Wrap a Wish, Regent’s Park Road, London N3 3JG

Wrap a Wish is just as precious as it sounds: fragile little gifts and memories, eternal in their sentimental value. The exquisite craftsmanship which goes into every piece of chinaware, porcelain, glass, and crystalware is impeccable; artfully created by local and internationally renowned glassware manufacturers and independent artists. Sisters-in-law Gila and Galit Levy founded the business in 2004 as a result of their frustration at the lack of... read more

Lisson Gallery in Bell Street, Regents Park, London NW1 5DA

When Lisson Gallery opened its doors near Regents Park in 1967, it was one of a small number of pioneering galleries to champion a generation of artists who were transforming the way art was made and presented — focusing on the idea or concept behind an artwork over its expressive or descriptive aims. Since then, Lisson Gallery has built on this foundation, identifying and supporting succeeding generations of artists, each with a radical and distinctive... read more
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