London markets guide



Top London antiques markets: Bermondsey Market, Brick Lane Market and Portobello Road
Top London fashion and vintage markets: Camden Lock Market, Petticoat Lane, Brixton Market and Portobello Road
Top London hand-made arts and crafts markets: Covent Garden Market, Camden Lock Market and Bayswater
Top London food markets (exceptional British and international produce): London Borought Market, Brixton Market, Camden Lock Market and Shepherd's Bush Market

Camden Lock Market Camden Lock Market Camden market - It is the fourth-most popular visitor attraction in London, attracting approximately 100,000 people each weekend. Products sold on the stalls are crafts, clothing, bric-a-brac, and fast food. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Camden Town (Northern line). How to get there by bus.

Portobello Road Market Portobello Road Market The world's largest antiques market. The main market day for antiques is Saturday. However, there are also fruit and vegetable stalls in the market, which trade throughout the week. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Notting Hill Gate (Central, District or Circle line). How to get there by bus.

London Borough Market London Borough Market Borough Market is London's most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce. Try delicious seasonal recipes, meet the traders and the produce they sell. Opening times: Thursdays: 11am-5pm, Fridays: 12pm-6pm and Saturdays: 8am-5pm. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: London Bridge (Jubilee or Northern line). How to get there by bus.

Greenwich Market Greenwich Market This unique covered market with its vibrant atmosphere and commitment to showcasing designer makers, is fondly regarded as one of London's best markets. Discover original artworks and handcrafted toys, fashions and handmade jewellery, delicious fresh produce and mouth-watering food-to-go. The Market itself is open Tuesdays through to Sunday with arts, craft and food stalls on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday with antiques, vintage and collectables on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 10am to 5.30pm. Official web page
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Nearest DLR station: Cutty Sark or Greenwich (you will have to take Docklands Light Railway from Bank or Monument station in the City)

Spitalfields Market Spitalfields Market Spitalfields Market is a covered market in Spitalfields, just outside the City of London. The market square of Old Spitalfields Market is a popular fashion, food, vintage and general market, open seven days a week, but is particularly lively on Sundays. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Liverpool Street Station (Central line). How to get there by bus.

Sunday UpMarket (Brick Lane Market) Brick Lane Market With over 140 stalls selling fashion, accessories, crafts, interiors and music, it is undoubtedly one of London's most exciting and imaginative markets. Opening hours: Every Sunday 10am - 5pm. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Liverpool Street Station (Central line). How to get there by bus.

Petticoat Lane Petticoat Lane Petticoat Lane Market is a fashion and clothing market located on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street in East London. The market is open Monday to Friday on Wentworth Street; on Sunday it extends over many of the surrounding streets, with over a thousand stalls.
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Nearest tube station: Liverpool Street Station (Central line). How to get there by bus.

Columbia Road Flower Market Columbia Road Flower Market Columbia Road Flower Market is a Sunday street market in East London. It's close to Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane famous for great Indian cuisine. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Liverpool Street Station (Central line). How to get there by bus.

Covent Garden (the Apple Market) Covent Garden Visit the Apple Market for British hand-made arts, crafts & antiques, plus the Jubilee & East Colonnade Markets for a huge variety of stalls. Official web page
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Nearest tube station: Covent Garden (Piccadilly line). How to get there by bus.

Updated on 05/2012.



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