Nestled in the heart of Mayfair, Mount Street was originally built in the 1700s as the cornerstone for shopping in the area. Nowadays, it remains just as popular, hosting a variety of luxury fashion brands and restaurants.

Whether you’re just popping out for a fun day or travelling from outside London, there’s many ways to find yourself in Mount Street. Whether it’s by tube, train, bus, car, or even bicycle, we’ll explain how to get to Mount Street so you can enjoy your day of shopping.

Where is Mount Street in Mayfair

Sitting almost slap-bang in the middle of Mayfair, Mount Street is accessible from all sides. Moreover, it’s located south of Grosvenor Square and west of Berkeley Square which are both prime attractions within the city.

Apart from this, this narrow street is surrounded by everything from delectable food joints and the most luxurious shopping destinations in the city. Plus, as the street connects Wigmore Street with Grosvenor Square, it is in the vicinity of multiple tube stations, bus stops, and even cycle routes, making it easy to get to from almost anywhere in London.

How to get to Mount Street by Tube

Being in Central London, there is no shortage of nearby tube stations surrounding Mount Street. It also helps that most stations in the area are connected to major lines which makes Mount Street easy to reach from all across London.

Here are some of the nearest tube stations and some useful details:

  • Marble Arch Tube Station - 3 min walk
  • Green Park Tube Station - 6 min walk
  • Bond Street - 10 min walk
  • Oxford Circus Tube Station - 12 min walk

Most major lines in the city such as the Central, Victoria and Piccadilly Lines are directly linked to these stations near Mount Street. Then, all you have to do is take a short stroll from wherever you get off and viola! Time to enjoy a fun day of shopping and food!

If you’re travelling in from any of the airports, here’s how to find your way:

From Heathrow there are a couple of options available. You can either get on the Piccadilly line towards Cockfosters and get off at Hyde Park Corner. Then take a 12 minute walk to Mount Street. The other option is getting on the Elizabeth Line, switching at Ealing Broadway then its a straight shot to Bond Street which is only a 9 minute walk away.

There isn’t a direct tube station from Gatwick however you can hop on the Southern train towards Victoria then switch over to the tube at Victoria heading towards Walthamstow and get off at Green Park. Then it's only a 12 minute walk from there.
Finally, from Stansted, you want to take the Stansted Express and either get off at Tottenham Hale or Liverpool Street. If getting off at Tottenham Hale, you want to get the Victoria Line towards Green Park. If you choose to go to Liverpool Street you want the Central Line to Bond Street. Either way, it's only about 10 minutes to Mount Street from both.

How to get to Mount Street by Train

Most of the mainline trains connect to many of the tube stations in Central London, so if you are local going by tube is probably easiest. However, if travelling from the outskirts of the city, there are a few more options. Many of which will take you to the same stations above.

For anyone coming in via train, we would suggest that you take the Crossrail’s recently established Elizabeth Line. This train route goes from Reading to Sheffield and makes a stop at Bond Street Underground Station which is only a 10 minute walk to Mount Street.
You can also get to Mount Street from some of the nearby train stations like Victoria and St. Pancras that are a single train ride away from this historical and beautiful street.

How to get to Mount Street by Bus

There are several bus routes that can get you to Mount Street:

  • Bus Route 390
  • Bus Route 10
  • Bus Route 94
  • Bus Route 23
  • Bus Route 7
  • Bus Route 98
  • Bus Route 159
  • Bus Route 139
  • Bus Route 113

If you don’t mind a little bit of a walk, you can also take route 22 which stops at Berkeley Square.

For all you night owls out there, there are also a number of night bus routes that run through Mayfair to Mount Street. Some of the nearest which run throughout most of the night-time are routes N7, N98, N113, N137 and N207.

If you are planning on taking any of these routes to get to Mount Street, here is a list of the nearby bus stops and their walking time to Mount Street:

  • London Hilton Hotel, Hyde Park Corner - 1 min walk
  • Dorchester Hotel - 2 minute walk
  • Berkeley Square - 4 minute walk
  • Marble Arch - 7 minute walk
  • Selfridges - 10 minute walk

How to get to Mount Street by Car

Getting to Mount Street by car can be a bit of a hassle but just takes a bit of planning and preparation.

When it comes to street parking in and around Mount Street, you get 2 hours of free parking and a maximum park time of 4 hours. Along with this, disabled parking is available throughout Mount Street and Mayfair. One thing you should keep in mind is that street parking fills up quickly and can be hard to find during peak hours and holiday periods.

The nearest car park to Mount Street is the London Grosvenor Hill NCP 24-hour car park. It has an abundance of space with rates ranging from £6.50 for 1 hour and £46 for 24-hours.

How to get to Mount Street by Bicycle

What’s better than enjoying a lovely bike ride on a bright day out of eating and shopping? For those who love cycling or just want to be a bit more eco-friendly, you’ll be happy to know Mount Street happens to be quite easily accessible via cycle.

You can easily follow cycle routes and main roads to get to Mount Street and once there, the entire area is filled with cycle parking spots to keep your bike safe. Also, if you are using a Santander rental cycle, there are various docking stations on North Audley Street, South Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, Farms Street and Woodstock Street. This makes it much easier to drop or even charge your cycle while you explore, shop and eat your day away.

We hope this helps you understand how to get to Mount Street and have a great time!