Markets


Well known, established, new and specialist daily, weekly, weekend markets all around North, South, East, West, NW, NE, SW, SE and Central London, selling clothes, fashion, fine food, fruit, veg, vintage, young designer products, craft, art, jewellery, bric a brac, wood, flowers, fish, meat, drinks and so much more. Well known markets include Borough, Greenwich, Camden Lock, Roman Road, New Covent Garden, London Silver Vaults, Hoxton, Brixton, Portobello, Petticoat Lane, Shepherd's Bush, Broadway, Walthamstow and many more

    Netil Market
    Netil Market is a bustling Saturday Marketin Hackney and an excellent platform for designers, makers and creative retail. The market aims to promote the work of artists, designers and independent businesses of all types. Open 7 days
    Westgate Street, Hackney
    E8 3RL

    Wood Street Market
    Charming thriving market consisting of 30 shops run by local owners selling art, photography, framing, vintage fashion, clothing, vinyl DVD CDs videos, homecraft, antiques, furnishing, jewellery & repairs, toys, gift shops, cakes, drink, cafe.
    Walthamstow
    E17
    020 8521 0410

    Merton Abbey Mills Market
    Market in Merton. This craft village on the river Wandle is housed in the former Liberty silk- printing works, by the restored waterwheel. Pretty shops, a riverside pub, teahouse and pizza restaurant are threaded throughout the craft village.
    Merton Abbey
    SW19 2RD
    020 8543 9608

    Sunday UpMarket
    Over 140 stalls selling designer fashion, tailored childrens clothes, jewellery, food, accessories, crafts, interiors, music, undoubtedly one of London's most exciting & imaginative Sunday markets. Nearest tube is Aldgate East / Liverpool Street.
    The Old Truman Brewery
    E1
    020 7770 6028

    London Silver Vaults
    Is home to the world's largest collection of fine antique silver, and also to a wealth of knowledge on the subject from the owners of the 37 shops, many of whom are 2nd and 3rd generation dealers
    Chancery Lane - Tube
    WC2

    Backyard Market
    Saturdays & Sundays. A laid-back, hip ambience is created by the record seller’s tunes. Brick Lane is the ideal street for relaxed weekend browsing & the Backyard Market adds to its bohemian appeal. Trendy alternative to Portobello & Camden.
    Brick Lane
    E1 6QL
    020 7770 6028

    Columbia Road Flower Market
    A real gardeners delight, 52 stalls stocking all manner of shrubs, cut flowers, bulbs, trees and accessories at wholesale prices. With charismatic stall holders, great cafés and some of the best bargains in town.
    Columbia Road
    E1
    020 7377 8963

    Portobello Market
    Portobello Market in West London is one of the most famous street markets in the world. It is a popular trendy destination for Londoners and tourists alike. Famous for its antiques but eveything else you can possibly imagine.
    Notting Hill

    Borough Market
    Has survived for nine centuries and remains as a centre of food excellence located right at the gateway to London. Saturdays hosts a farmers, market
    London Bridge - Tube
    SE1

    Exmouth Market
    2 mins from Sadler's Wells between Islington & the City - exciting independent design shops, fashion & lifestyle boutiques, health & beauty specialists, unique gift & book shops, interior design, street food, cafes, bars & restaurants.
    Clerkenwell
    EC1


    Walthamstow Market
    The market is the longest outdoor street market in Europe and spans roughly a kilometre of Walthamstow High Street. Stalls sell an array of food, clothes, and household goods and are complemented by a wide variety of cafes and restaurants.
    Walthamstow
    E17

    London Farmers' Market
    Sunday market with a wide-range of produce, including meat and cheeses from farms within 100 miles of London. As well as fruit and vegetables, you'll find specialist butchers, egg sellers, jam stalls, mustards/sauces and ciders.
    Brunswick Centre
    WC1N 1NY
    020 7833 0338

    Camden Passage
    Market in Camden. A good place to head if you've a penchant for antiques. With a mix of stalls, shops and an enclosed mall, pitches are normally set up on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while the passage's permanent shops are open during the week.
    Camden Passage
    N1 8EF

    Shepherds Bush Market
    Historic London market in West London famous for fabric and fashion, fresh food and general goods and now encompassing street food.
    Shepherds Bush
    W12 8DW

    Brockley Market
    Award winning weekly Saturday fine food market in South East London, Lewisham Way SE4.
    Brockley
    SE4 1UT

    Billingsgate Market
    Offers buyers an opportunity to see the largest selection of fish in the UK. Daily arrivals from the coast and overseas ensure a continuity of fresh supplies and with some 54 merchants trading in close proximity in the Market Hall
    Isle of Dogs
    E14 5ST
    020 7987 1118

    Old Spitalfields Market
    Market in Spitalfields. This late 19th century market is a great place to find yummy Italian and French breads, German cheesecakes and organic food, together with gifts clothing, crafts and knick-knacks.
    Spitalfields
    EC1 6EW
    020 7247 8556

    East Street Market
    Market in Southwark. One of London's oldest, largest and busiest markets and is fondly visited now by local people as it has been for decades. A wide variety of goods on offer, from fresh fruit and vegetables to African clothing and materials.
    Southwark
    SE17 1EL
    020 7525 6000

    Partridges Market
    Over 65 speciality food producers creating the flavours of London, where global meets local every Saturday on the Duke of York Square, Chelsea.
    Chelsea
    SW3 4LY
    020 7730 0651

    Hackney Flea Market
    Set in the busy heart of Stoke Newington Hackney Flea Market offers an ecclectic range of items from jewellery, vintage fabrics, furniture to old maps, kitchenalia. Independent creatives from the local area & vintage stallholders.
    Church Street, Stoke Newington
    N16 0AS

    Lower Marsh Market
    Lower Marsh Market renowned for streetfood, produce, crafts and gifts, Saturday flea market, independent shops, cafes and bars, located between Westminster Bridge Road and Waterloo Road, close to the rear entrance of Waterloo Station.
    London
    SE1

    New Covent Garden Market
    For centuries been the country's leading centre for the sale and distribution of fresh produce, but is now also expanding into other food product areas in order to offer a complete service for needs of the modern commercial catering industry
    Nine Elms Lane
    SW8
    020 7720 2211

    Cabbages and Frocks Market
    Cabbages & Frocks market in Marylebone village on Saturdays, discover a combination of fine and organic Continental and British goodies alongside fashion, new designers, cottage industries, vintage clothes, fab food, glass, capuccinos and cup cakes.
    St Marylebone Parish Church Grounds
    W1U 5BA
    07956 282532