Greenwich Market

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Greenwich Market: a scenic craft, fashion and food hub
Greenwich Market
Greenwich Market
Greenwich Market
360 Degrees Vintage

Weekends see Greenwich Market packed with international tourists enjoying arts, craft and food stalls. Some of the offerings (logo T-shirts, 'art' canvases, leather bags) can seem a little unimaginative if you're used to the plentiful and varied markets of central London, but the covered arcade still holds a certain charm. While the market is on all week (Tue-Sun), antiques and collectible dealers dominate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Head along on these days to unearth unusual finds among a selection of stalls dealing in antique jewellery, vintage clothes, old books,1950s and ’60s ceramics, lamps and more.

Venue name: Greenwich Market
Address: College Approach, Greenwich
SE10 9HZ
Transport: BR: Greenwich
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Ros A

I spent this last Sunday browsing (and eating) my way around Greenwich market. It's very overcrowded and small, and the arts/crafts stores are rubbish but the food is fabulous. I especially like the scotch egg stand (definitely get chutney and mustard lathered on top) and the indian food stand does great lamb samosas. Also the juice stand is expensive - £2.50 for a small cup of juice, but it's gorgeous. Ok, enough. It's fantastic for food, not for much else. Oh, apart from a seriously good art gallery which has reasonable prices and some lovely prints. 

Karen Stanley

very very helpful site I was trying to find out which markets were on a Wednesday to combine with a Tuesday evening Theatre visit