Smithfield Market

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Smithfield Market (also known as London Central Market) provides a colourful link to an age when the quality of British beef was a symbol of national virility and good humour. Designed by Horace Jones, Smithfield opened for business in 1868 and early risers will still find meat and poultry (though no livestock) traders setting up their stalls at first light inside the metal structure with its ornate arched ceiling and bizarre colour scheme (white, purple, blue and green). Nowadays Smithfield is also notable for its swanky eateries, odd neighbour, club Fabric.
Venue name: Smithfield Market
Address: Charterhouse St

Opening hours: 4am-12noon Mon-Fri
Transport: Tube: Farringdon/Barbican

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  • Markets and fairs Until Sunday July 5 2020
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