About Bicester Village
Bicester Village is an open-air shopping destination in Bicester, the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. It offers exceptional year-round savings in boutiques from the world’s best luxury fashion and lifestyle brands.
Located on the outskirts of Bicester in Oxfordshire, the Village first opened its doors in 1995. As the founding Village of The Bicester Collection, it has established a 25-year reputation for its curation of luxury brands.
More than 150 boutiques of globally renowned British and international fashion and lifestyle brands line its beautifully landscaped pedestrianised streets, which are modelled on the villages in surrounding Oxfordshire.
Open seven days a week, the Village also offers an array of services, including a multilingual Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and Virtual Shopping.
Less than an hour from London, the Village is easy to reach by car and train, with a regular direct train service that runs from London Marylebone to Bicester Village Station.
The Village’s boutiques, seamless shopping services, and enticing restaurants and cafés all come together to provide an excellent shopping day out.
Getting to Bicester Village
You can travel directly to Bicester Village Station from London Marylebone in 43 minutes and from Oxford in 14 minutes. Or go from Birmingham to Bicester North, where a shuttle bus will take you to the Village. For the latest information about train services, please check the Chiltern Railways website before you travel.
Trains to Bicester Village depart from London Marylebone every 30 minutes with, on average, 36 trains per day on weekdays. The Journey takes 43 minutes on direct trains, and the price of an off-peak return ticket starts from £28.00. Chiltern Railways are the only train operator to run direct trains to Bicester Village.
The Village is less than an hour from London and 10 minutes from Oxford, with ample free parking and a Park and Ride service that operates during busier times. The address for sat nav is Bicester Village, 50 Pingle Drive, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX26 6WD.
There are three Park & Ride locations nearby, which are clearly signposted from the M40. For the latest information on road travel, please check National Highways here.
National Express has a direct service from London Victoria Coach Station to Bicester Village that leaves daily at 9.00am, dropping you at the dedicated coach stop in just 1 hour 40 minutes.
If you’re travelling in a large group, you can request a bespoke quote from National Express and see if hiring a coach could be the better option for your party.
Find out more on the National Express website.
Stagecoach offers the Oxford Tube service with coaches running day and night, up to every 10 minutes, between London Victoria and Gloucester Green in Oxford City Centre. You can then get the local S5 bus service from nearby Magdalen Street in Oxford City Centre to Bicester (see the ‘By bus’ section below for more information).
View the Oxford Tube timetable.
Tip: If you’re taking the Oxford Tube service from London and connecting to Stagecoach Oxford’s S5 service to get to Bicester Village, you can buy an Oxford Tube Connector ticket and pay just the Oxford Tube fare. With an Oxford Tube Connector ticket your local Stagecoach journey is FREE.
Stagecoach operates the S5 service every fifteen minutes from Magdalen Street in Oxford City Centre to Bicester. Services run all through the day until late. You can buy your ticket on the bus. Download the S5 timetable.
London to Bicester Village train fares start from £28.00
Journeys take just 43 minutes on our fastest service.
There are around 2 trains per hour from London Marylebone to Bicester Village.