From clothes to jewellery and food to antiques Londoncity.com has compiled a comprehensive list of every type of market in London. Clink on the links below to find your perfect market.
The Borough Market is open all year around, and is London’s oldest food market. Here you will find a large range of fresh food, ranging from cheese, meat, fruit ad vegetables. It’s not necessarily cheap, but it is a definite must on a Saturday morning. Make sure to have a good look around to get the best prices!
SouthwarkStreet, SE1 1TJ
Brick Lane Market
The Brick Lane Market is a melting pot of all different kinds of food, second hand clothing, furniture and so much more; this is East London at its best and that means pretty much everything; the Curry houses, the Jewish bagel shops and Indian Sari’s. A lot of the young Londoners come here to find the one piece they have been looking for. Grab lunch and enjoy.
Brick LaneMarket, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, E1 6RL
Columbia Road Flower Market
Looking for something to do on a Sunday in London? This might be it; the Flower Market on Columbia Road.! With around 50 stalls selling locally grown flowers and plants, it is well worth a visit, even for the amazing scents from all the flowers! The market is open from 8 am to 2 pm.
Columbia Road Flower Market, Columbia Road, Tower Hamlets, E2 7RG
Petticoat Lane Market
This Sunday market is huge, and is full of last seasons must-haves, clothes for children, women and men, but you will also find homes ware and so many other items. This is a very busy market with over 1,000 stalls! If you like haggling, then look no further. There’s also a smaller market open on Wentworth Street from Monday to Friday.
Petticoat Lane Market, BetweenMiddlesex and Goulston Streets,
Spitalfields, E1 7HT
This famous Saturday market in Notting Hill is filled with antiques and second hand items, but with over 2,000 stalls you could find just about anything. The best time to go in is in the morning, this way you can get to the best bargains first, and you don’t have to fight thousands of people doing it – because it gets quite busy here!
There is also a smaller market open from Monday to Friday.
Portobello Road, Portobello Road, Notting Hill, W11 1LJ
Notting Hill Farmer’s Market
This is one of the largest Farmers Markets in London, but it’s still a good kept secret; it’s not as well known as its big brother: The Portobello Road Market, which is in the same area – Notting Hill. The stalls here are full of organic, healthy food and it is very popular with the locals and tourists alike . This is not a bad way to spend a Saturday morning!
Notting Hill Farmers' Market, Kensington Place, Kensington, W11 3FE
Spitalfields is an old and historic part of London, so if you want to get away from high street London this is the market you should go to. Thursday there are antique and vintage stalls, Friday; fashion and art and Saturday everything is open! Visit www.visitspitalfields.com for more information.
Spitalfields Market, 1 Crispin Place, Spitalfields, E1 6DW
Don’t confuse this one with the Camden Lock Market, even this market has kind of the same feel to it. Situated in an old backstreet you will find this lovely antique, vintage market, full of surprises. Most of the sellers here know what they are talking about, if you are looking for an education in antiques then you must visit here!
Camden Passage, Camden Passage, Islington, N1 8EE
Located in the old building that used to house TGI Fridays and the original ticket hall of the tube station, this is a cosy market with loads of history. This market is all about food, wine and other delicacies. It’s not necessarily cheap, but the food and the food quality and the surroundings are second to none!
Union Market, 472 Fulham Road, Fulham, SW6 1BY
Marylebone Farmers Market
This market is rather new, and opened in June 2003, it is located in Marylebone Village in Central London. Just a stroll away from Selfridges this really gives you a village feeling. The Marylebone Farmers Market has around 30 stalls, and they are all filled with great, tasty and fresh food.
Marylebone Farmers' Market Cramer StreetCar Park, Marylebone, W1U 3BN
Camden Lock Market
The Camden Lock Market is one not to miss when you are visiting London! This is a huge market where you can find pretty much everything from fashion and vintage clothing and food from all the corners of the world. The market attracts loads of tourists, and Sundays tend to be very crowded but don’t let this turn you off taking a visit.
Camden Lock Place, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town, NW1 8AF