Liberty is one of London's showiest department stores, founded in 1875. Its Tudor-like appearance resembles the 1800 era London and even has a similar traditional look on the inside.

The interior of the building is mostly made of wood. In the centre of the building, there is an open space that reaches the ceiling. The open area is surrounded by dark wooden railings, similar to the stairs of the building. The department store sells everything from scarves to furniture, and the products are typically high quality and pricey.

The address of the store is on Regent Street, although the building itself is on one of Regent Street’s side streets.

Getting there

The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus (Central, Bakerloo, Victoria) on the corner of Oxford Street and Regent Street, where you can get to Liberty within a few minutes.


Oxford Street and Regent Street are right around the corner, and the store is in Soho at the end of the famous Carnaby Street.