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We are closing for a couple of weeks - Sunday September 19th to Tuesday October 4th inclusive- for a bit of an autumn clean and a holiday.

If you want to make an online order, we will still be posting items up to 12noon on Friday the 24th of September. Any orders made after that date won't be sent out until the 5th of October 2021.

See you back in store in October when we will have a fresh lick of paint on the walls and new stock in store.

Our ususal hours are Tuesday  to Saturday 11am-17:00pm.

Our Piccadilly Market Stall is now permanently closed.

If you would like to collect your order from us in person, please select the 'collection' option at checkout.

If you are looking for a specific item that you can’t find on our website, we may well have it in store but not online. Just send us an email and we will do our best to help.

We pride ourselves on the superb quality of our specimens and carry an ever-changing range.

If we don't have what you are looking for here online or in store, we will do our best to source it for you, just contact us with any questions.

Our address is

25a Museum Street, London, WC1A 1JU.

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00 -17:00


Nearest Tube:

  • Holborn for the Piccadilly and Central Lines
  • Tottenham Court Road for Central and Northern Lines.

Driving:

As we are right in the heart of London there is very limited on-street parking nearby. There is a loading bay opposite the shop that click-and collect shoppers can use if its unoccupied.

Bloomsbury Square underground car park is is a multi story car park a five minute walk from the shop.

 Accessibility:

Our Museum Street shop is up three steps from street level. We are unable to fit a ramp onsite and so the shop it is not easily accessible for wheelchair users.

Piccadilly Stall:

We are sad to say that our Piccadilly Market stall permanently closed in December 2020.

St James church decided that running the market in the courtyard was no longer profitable for them, and after more than 30 years of hosting Piccadilly Market, it has closed it for the last time.

The courtyard of St James is where this business first found a permanent home over a decade ago and it has continued to be a small, but very important part of Fossils London.

We are extremely sorry to be leaving our friends in Piccadilly behind.