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Fortnum and Mason

Fortnum and Mason is an upmarket department store in Piccadilly, London, with additional stores at St Pancras railway station and Heathrow Airport in London.

Founded as a grocery store, Fortnum’s reputation was built on supplying quality food, and saw rapid growth throughout the Victorian era. Though Fortnum’s developed into a department store, it continues to focus on stocking a variety of exotic, speciality and also ‘basic’ provisions.

The store has since opened several other departments, such as the Gentlemen’s department on the third floor. It is also the location of a tea shop and several restaurants.

You also can have an traditional afternoon tea here.

Other great department stores are: Harrod’s, Liberty and Selfridges.

Opening Hours

Monday to Wednesday 10am to 8pm

Thursday to Saturday 10am to 9pm

Sunday 11.30am* to 6pm

*11.30am to 12 noon for browsing only

How to get there

Piccadilly Circus
6, 9, 14, 19, 24, 38
Sackville Street, Green Park, St James’s Square
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