Greenwich Market

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Robert Greshoff Photography
Venue says Mother's Day card-making workshop in the Market, Saturday 10th March 11am-3pm.

This famous market has been around for quite a while, with its history stretching all the way back to 1737. What the original stallholders would make of today's mix of record stores, fashion shops, contemporary art galleries, tattoo studios and spas is anyone's guess. They'd probably be okay with the antiques, though.

The market is open throughout the week, with many of the venues open every day but some sellers operating on specific days. Shops include Rush Hair, The Flood Gallery, Beadoir Jewellery, Beauty and the Bib, Oliver Bonas and Waterstone's. Restaurants include Bill's, Champagne + Fromage, Cafe Rouge, Sticks 'n' Sushi, GBK and Bianco 43. 

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Greenwich Market says
Discover London’s only historic market set within a World Heritage site. Surrounded by independent and boutique shops and a well-established designer-maker trend means you are sure to find something different. Enjoy a relaxing day out with a great choice of take away food from the market and a range of gastropubs, restaurants, cafes and wine bars within an easy stroll. Open seven days a week 10am-5.30pm.
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Venue name: Greenwich Market
Address: 5b Greenwich Market
SE10 9HZ
Transport: Rail: Cutty Sark DLR
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Greenwich Market is a small market located just a few minutes away from Cutty Sark's DLR station, where you can find a variety of goods to buy, from designers clothes, to street food, paintings and antiques. However, I found it to be a bit of a tourist trap as the market is quite small, not all stalls are open during the week and most of the so called "street-food" is extremely overpriced. 


Greenwich Market is well-established market set in a world heritage site, a great spot to spend a Saturday morning! A large variety of goodies and treats that caters to all. If you're in the area, it's definitely worth a visit.   


Probably one of the most ‘posh’ markets in London. Lots of variety and high quality things to buy, from paintings, kids book and clothing to amazing a delicious food - you’ll find vegan, gluten free, yummy in my tummy guilty pleasures and pretty much anything you would hope for.

Definitely one market to visit in London.


It's a lovely quaint market. Lots of talented local designers and a few who also have pop ups/stalls at Spitalfields.

Less touristy than Spitalfields and Borough but it was packed when I was there during the bank holiday weekend.

Great food and drinks offerings but nothing really stand out for me.

The distance will not make me visit often. But it is a great place for those local and close to Greenwich.


A great alternative to the busier central markets (Spitalfields, Borough Market etc), delish food from all over the world, fresh farmer's produce, lovely churros (Brazilian style - filled with the sauce instead of served with it on the side)...


This is a great small market which has lots of food and drink stalls. There are also stalls selling items such as jewellery, clothes and film memorabilia. It was quite crowded when I went. I've also heard that there is a churros stall in the market which has the best churros. I didn't manage to try them so will try to go back just for these!


There's nothing wrong with this market and you can expect all the goodies and groceries you usually would at any other market. What I would say is that there was an air of relaxation in the vendors eyes which was pleasant. Its never great when one is being hustled out of their money and you sure won't experience that here. Well at least I didnt need a comment...on Greenwich Market...? 100square of absolute heaven!!!

Greenwich Market attracts the very best designer/maker talent and offers the visitor a wonderful mix of shops and stalls and plenty of great places to refuel.

Greenwich Market attracts the very best designer/maker talent and offers the visitor a wonderful mix of shops and stalls and plenty of great places to refuel.

Greenwich Arts and Crafts market is full of unique talented hand crafted stalls, which is a perfect place to visit if you are looking to find a special gift for someone, or to treat yourself!

This is a unique covered market with a wide selection of designer made products, interesting small shops and tasty food from around the world. If you are looking for something different try Greenwich market.

Friendly and vibrant atmosphere. It's refreshing to find a market where everything is created by those selling it and you can always find something unique and individual. A fantastic creative hub.

Love this market, lots of stalls selling all different kinds of art & crafts from photography to baby bits
Go have look you won't be disappointed

Wonderful unique items ideal for gifts. Amazing atmosphere a must for any visitor to London, you will not be disappointed.

I love Greenwich Market for the wonderful variety and especially the food. Because it is hidden in the midst of such a rich area ,the day there is complete and always memorable. I have been 100 times and intend to go 100 more.