200 years of Regent Street

2019 marks a monumental year for Regent Street as the landmark street celebrate its 200th anniversary.

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Regents Street in the early days | Photo credit: Regents Street Online

Established in 1819, Regent Street has been at the heart of London for two centuries, evolving into a world-renowned destination for shopping, dining and and memorable moments such as it’s iconic Christmas lights. Named after the Prince Regent, throughout its years as the first purpose built shopping street for London, it has been the meeting place for the likes of Oscar Wilde and Charles Dickens, as well as the birth place of Ziggy Stardust.

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Regents Street Summer Street Festival | Photo: Regents Street Online

Summer Streets, Regents Street’s urban lifestyle festival, runs on four traffic-free Sundays this summer on 14th July, 21st July, 18th August and 15th September.

Discover food, fashion, music, wellness, sustainability, live music and a whole host of activities to celebrate a milestone year of Regents Street’s 200th anniversary!

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Regents Street present day | Photo: FP Creative Agency Ltd

Visit Regent Street

With its position in the heart of London means that Regent Street is just a stone’s throw away from other vibrant destinations, including Oxford Street, Carnaby Street, Soho and Covent Garden, as well as the nearby open spaces of Green Park.

For more info visit www.regentstreetonline.com/200th-anniversary

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