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Westfield London

Westfield London is the ultimate place to shop in London and is home to more than 300 shops, with brands ranging from high street to designer, all under one roof in an architecturally exquisite space. Westfield London also features The Village, one of London’s premier designer shopping destinations, housing more than 40 luxury brands. Here, you’ll have an opportunity to shop the most stylish and glamorous goods money can buy from designer brands such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and more.

Westfield London is more than just a shopping destination, you’ll also find over 60 places to eat and drink, providing a global choice of cuisine. From light lunches at exciting eateries to relaxing evenings at top restaurants, a world of delectable tastes awaits you to indulge your appetite.

As if all that wasn’t enough, Westfield London is also home to one of Europe’s most high-tech cinemas. The Vue Cinema provides a range of cinematic experiences to thrill film lovers – perfect to enjoy after a day of shopping.

Other nice shopping centres are: Broadway Shopping Centre, Westfield Stratford City, ICON Outlet at the O2, One New Change and Angel Central Shopping Centre.

Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday: 10am – 10pm

Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

How to get there

Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush Market
White City Bus Station: 31, 49, 148, 207, 237, 260, 607, C1 Shepherd’s Bush: 72, 94, 95, 220, 272, 283, 295
Westfield Ariel Way, Westfield Southern Terrace, Woodstock Grove, Hansard Mews, Queensdale Road
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