Bicester village

The Bicester Village Shopping Collection unifies 11 distinctive destinations across Europe and China, each within reach of many of the world’s most important gateway cities: London, Paris, Shanghai, Milan, Dublin, Barcelona, Madrid, Brussels, Antwerp, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt and Suzhou.

Founded in 1995, Bicester Village sprang out of a field in Oxfordshire, England, to become one of the world’s leading luxury shopping destinations. Since then we’ve grown into a collection of 11 Villages across Europe and China, offering the most revered fashion and lifestyle brands with exceptional value for money.

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Frequently asked Questions

Where is Bicester Village located?

In the heart of Oxfordshire, midway between London and Birmingham, with excellent transport links.

Can I use foreign currency or traveler's cheque's at Bicester Village?

It is generally not possible to use foreign currency or traveller’s cheques at the boutiques in Bicester Village.

Whether you wish to change euro, US dollars, Qatari riyals or, in fact, more than 40 currencies from around the world, come along to ChangeGroup located in the new service hub at Bicester Village where you can exchange your currency into pounds at competitive rates to be spent in the Village.

ChangeGroup does not change traveller’s cheques. The nearest place to bank your traveller’s cheques is in Bicester town centre, just a ten-minute walk from Bicester Village. You will find several travel agents on Crown Walk (just off Sheep Street), and around Market Square and Sheep Street there are several banks.

How many boutiques are there in Bicester Village?

More than 160, from Anya Hindmarch and Mulberry to DKNY, Marni and BOSS. Visit this page for the up-to-date list.

Are there any restaurants on site?

Yes. Café Wolseley, farmshop restaurant & cafe and Shan Shui serve food throughout the day and Pret A Manger, Itsu Crêperie Angélie as well as other kiosks offer lighter snacks.

Is there internet access at the Village?

Wi-Fi is available throughout the Village and within the cafés on site. Please ask their staff for an access code. There are, however, no public computers available to guests at Bicester Village. The nearest place where you could use the internet or print something off would be local library in Bicester, about a ten-minute walk from Bicester Village.

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Trip Facts

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  • Full day