Disney store in London at Oxford street is the largest Disney store in Europe. A must visit if you ever believed in magic and fairy tales.
Disney store in London is a must visit for those visiting London with kids.Its glass store front contains a 267ft high Princess Castle with an animated clock, where Princesses make appearances in windows and Tinkerbell flies across the walls throughout the day. Mickey and Donald Sentries guard the store and lots of other magical things happen inside.
The colorful interiors of this two storied building are a delight to look at – there are Disney characters everywhere.
How to Reach Disney store in London
The nearest tube station is Bond street underground station, from there you can walk to this store on Oxford Street.
For more details check the TFL site and do not forget the tips mentioned in my visiting London blog.
Disney Store in London Pictures
As soon as you enter the Disney store you will be greeted by a beautiful Disney princess.The lift looks like a castle door.
Among other characters I distinctly remember spotting Mickey mouse and Cinderella, my favorites. If you decide to visit this store, don’t forget to get your snaps clicked in Cinderella’s chariot.
Its a shop so of course entry is free.
They have a good range of all Disney characters, in all forms: stuffed, plastic, games and books. The staff is helpful and courteous. Also you can easily shop for the Disney merchandise as there is an area for kids where movies are played. So shopping is more convenient as you know yours kids are safe and happily enjoying a movie.
So next time you are in London plan a visit to this store and feel the magic.
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