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Duke of York Square

About Duke of York Square

Duke of York Square offers an unrivalled range of international fashion, food, beauty and culture – with the iconic Saatchi Gallery at its heart. Originally built as a school for military orphans in 1801, today it is an award-winning shopping and dining destination, fusing classic architecture with contemporary design.

The retail mix offers 33 stores, including one of Zara’s largest European stores, alongside flagships for British Jeweller Monica Vinader, interior experts Soho Home, cult beauty brand Aesop and denim experts Trilogy. The Square is also a gourmet destination, offering seven restaurants and cafes all with extensive outdoor space and hosting one of London’s best open air fine food markets every Saturday.

Underground Stations

The nearest underground stations to Duke of York Square are Sloane Square and, with step free access, Victoria and Knightsbridge.

For detailed information about Sloane Square Underground Station, please click here (opens new tab)

For detailed information about Victoria Underground Station, please click here (opens new tab)

For detailed information about Knightsbridge Underground Station, please click here (opens new tab)


Parking in the area is very limited and visitors are encouraged to use public transport. The nearest car parks to Duke of  York Square are Sloane Square Car Park (opens new tab), NCP Cadogan Place (opens new tab) and Chelsea Cloisters (opens new tab). NCP Cadogan Place has Blue Badge parking bays available and Chelsea Cloisters offers valet parking. There are also several Pay and Display bays in the neighborhood.

The changing nature of Duke of York Square may mean that the on-street conditions are different to the description on the Access Guides.

You can find all the accessibility information for the area below, under Featured Access Guides.

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