Bowers & Wilkins at Somerset House

A Bowers & Wilkins pop-up shop is open at the wonderful Somerset House in London until 23rd October.

A Bowers & Wilkins pop-up shop is now open at the wonderful Somerset House in London. It’s there as part of our partnership with the incredible Bjork Digital exhibition, which uses Bowers & Wilkins headphones and speakers for an incredibly high-fidelity acoustic experience.

However, you don’t need a ticket to the exhibition to visit the Bowers & Wilkins shop, which is located in the entrance to Somerset House nearest Waterloo Bridge. The shop is a great place to experience True Sound, learn about our history and buy our products.


On display is our entire range of headphones, including our very latest wireless models the P7 Wireless and P5 Wireless. Zeppelin Wireless is also present, and offers the perfect opportunity to check out its new white finish. There’s also the opportunity to see the top-of the range 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers.


Beside the products, one of the highlights of the pop-up experience is the incredible mosaic of Bowers & Wilkins classic products that dresses the entire space. It features beautiful drawings of products from throughout our 50-year history including DM70, Nautilus, P5, 800D3 and Model 801.


The Bowers & Wilkins pop-up store is located at Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA.

It is open to the 23rd October, from 12pm – 9pm every day.

Find out more about our 50th Anniversary celebrations here.

Read more about Bjork digital here.

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