National Geographic London Store

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2 out of 5 Based on 7 reviews

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Drawing on the National Geographic Society’s 120 year heritage of inspiring people to care about the planet, the store is set across three floors, featuring a photography gallery, an auditorium for talks and screenings, and a pinchos café. It also sells everything from one-of-a-kind furniture to high-tech outdoors clothing and children’s games.

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102a Brompton Road, London, SW3 1JJ

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+44 (0)20 7025 6960

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National Geographic London Store

Address
102a Brompton Road
London
SW3 1JJ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7025 6960
Public transport:
Picadilly Circus

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Access into the Building
Flat routes from parking area to entrance
Event Facilities
Offers charity rates
Trade vehicle access
Venue can display vehicles inside
General Facilities
Good views
Room Facilities
Air conditioning

Yelp

2 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of National Geographic London Store

2.0 out of 5 22 July 2010
by Brett P.

National Geographic, what were you thinking? You suffer from no fewer than eight very serious personal identity crises. I expect you to be a neat sciency shopping expedition! I wanted anthropological, cultural, geographical, physical, and historical fun!!

Instead, you insist you are an overpriced designer clothing store (shirts run from £35 to £65), a overpriced furniture store (£1000+),...more

2.0 out of 5 13 October 2009
by Thomas A.

Whaaaaaaaaaaat theeeeeeeee hell is this store supposed to be?? I stopped in here when it first opened out of curiosity and was annoyed and confused the entire time. OK first off, some guy kept shadowing us on the ground floor and would comment on anything I touched and made me smell things that I didn't want to. I wandered near the candles, picked something up to smell it, and he fluttered...more

3.0 out of 5 16 August 2009
by Melissa M.

We spent the day in London (which we rarely do when in England). We took the Big Bus Tour and saw the National Geographic store. We decided to get off and check it out because I love the magazine! We headed in and the store was really big and spacious. When you enter, there is a cafe to the right (they really don't serve proper meals). We wandered around the middle part of the store...more

2.0 out of 5 5 July 2009
by Steven L.

I finally decided to walk into the Regent Street store having gone past it dozens of time over the last few months. It was a Sunday afternoon and the store was not really busy. I spend about 30 minutes in the store and browsed all the merchandise on the 3 huge floors. I agree with Robert W. that prices of the clothes are expensive and too much like any other brand, and i felt like it was...more

1.0 out of 5 15 June 2009
by Robert w.

I was intrigued by this shop while walking down Regents street. I wish I had not bothered as the prices were so expensive. Some of the stuff featured could have come straight from The Pier (RIP) but was vastly more expensive. Additionally, I think £61 for a tie is excessive. For that I expect it to be made from panda skin!

However if you are interested in hiking and mountaineeering. There are...more