300 Oxford Street
London, W1C 1DX
020 7629 7711*
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|Mon:||9.30am - 8pm
(Bank holidays 10am - 8pm)
|Tues:||9.30am - 8pm|
|Wed:||9.30am - 8pm|
|Thurs:||9.30am - 9pm|
|Fri:||9.30am - 8pm|
|Sat:||9.30am - 8pm|
|Sun:||12 noon - 6pm
(browsing 11.30am - 12 noon; No parcel collection during browsing hours)
John Lewis Oxford Street can be reached from Oxford Circus station (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines) or from Bond Street station (Central and Jubilee lines).
There are numerous bus routes that run along Oxford Street. To enquire about routes and times, contact London Transport directly on 0343 222 1234 (24 hour line).
Why not use the Transport for London Journey Planner to help plan your journey? Enter where you're travelling from and it will show you how to get to John Lewis Oxford Street.
John Lewis Oxford Street lies within the congestion charge zone. To pay the charge or for more information about the congestion charge, visit the Transport for London website (opens in a new window). Don`t forget, the London Congestion Charge only applies from Monday to Friday - never Saturdays or Sundays.
We're pleased to be able to offer all our customers discounted parking with Q-Park, our preferred parking partner. The Q-Park Oxford Street car park is located just behind the shop in Cavendish Square. A discount of 20% is available when you validate your parking ticket at the Customer Collection desk on the Ground floor, or at Customer Support on level 5.
To pre-book in advance please visit the Q-Park website (opens in a new window).
Now available to order in store. Visit our
Furnishing Fabrics department to find out more
We're proud of the close links we forge between our Partners and local schools, charities and organisations. And wherever we do business, at home or abroad, we work with communities to make a difference. That's why:
If you'd like to nominate a good cause for Community Matters please complete the nomination form and take it to the Customer Services department.
The charities we've supported are:
Since the introduction of the law requiring retailers to charge for single-use carrier bags, our charity, the John Lewis Foundation, has been responsible for distributing the proceeds to UK charities. We’ve aimed to choose charities closely aligned with the principles of the Foundation, supporting activities that promote education and inclusion, and enable employment. We’re sharing the past year’s proceeds of over £155,000 between six charities.