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Piccadilly Market

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Upmarket cluster of stalls that sells food and crafts in a lovely central London location.

Occupying the courtyard of Grade I-listed St James’s Church, one of Christopher Wren’s finest buildings, Piccadilly Market isn’t your average group of stalls. As befits its central location in elegant Piccadilly, close to Mayfair, this market is pretty, well, upmarket. It first became permanent in 1984, but has grown significantly since then, and now opens for trading six days a week. Come for bijou food items on Monday and Tuesday (when it’s open 11am-5pm), and arts and crafts Wednesday through Saturday (when it’s open 10am-6pm). This isn’t the market for bargain-hunters, but if you like picking up unique trinkets and gifts, it’s definitely worth a visit. Nick Levine

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By: Nick Levine



Address: St James Church Courtyard
197 Piccadilly
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
Opening hours: Mon-Tue: 11am-5pm, Wed-Sat: 10am-6pm
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