If you are arriving at Marylebone, then you have perhaps come from Birmingham, Oxford or possibly Stratford Upon Avon or Warwick.

It’s a nice station, but small, with only a few platforms and some very congested ticket gates. There are a few places to eat or get coffee.

It’s walking distance to Baker Street.


Bakerloo line, turn right as you go through the ticket barrier. This will get you to Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus.


There is a small taxi rank at the front of the station, outside.


Buses don’t really go near Marylebone Station. The best bet is to come out of the station and go ahead but slightly left, down Great Central Street and find a bus there or on Marylebone Road (or, if you are lucky, your hotel may be right there). It’s a very short distance.

If you find yourself there with spare time, avoid Madame Tussaud’s. It’s expensive and the queues are silly. Last time we were there we saw souvenir shops for The Beatles and Sherlock Holmes. Avoid those too. Sherlock Holmes did not exist, and The Beatles’ Apple shop was at number 94, a long way away.

Go and enjoy the park.

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