Visit Bicester Village for more than 160 boutiques of world-famous brands, each offering savings of up to 60% on the recommended retail price all year round, and refuel at a selection of restaurants and cafes.
You can get there easily by taking a train from London Marylebone.
Luxury guest services at Bicester Village include the Shopping Express, the award-winning Bicester visitor centre; valet parking, hands-free shopping – which collects purchases ready for guests' departure, a personal stylist, and onsite tax refund and money change service among others.
Where is Bicester Village?
Bicester Village is located on the outskirts of Bicester, a town in Oxfordshire, England.
How do I get to Bicester Village by train?
You can travel to Bicester Village from London on the Chiltern Rail train from Marylebone station which takes around 46 minutes on a direct train. Trains run approximately every 30 minutes.
How much does the train cost from London to Bicester Village?
Return train tickets start from £28.00 for an adult and £16.00 for a child.
What shops and restaurants can I find at Bicester Village?
There are a great variety of shops in Bicester Village. Shop for by Molton Brown, and discover Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney.
There are also a good selection of restaurants. Tuck into a healthy poké bowl from Island Poké, or enjoy all-day dining at Café Wolseley - inspired by the flagship The Wolseley in the heart of London's Mayfair.
Can I book a personal shopping experience at Bicester Village?
The personal shopping team at Bicester Village offer a bespoke luxury shopping experience to help you find everything you need, from the perfect gift to that must-have item for your wardrobe.
These unique personal shopping experiences are available to all guests as a complimentary service, and can be booked by appointment with groups of friends and family welcome.