London Markets

Alfies Antique Market – A large indoor market located on Church Street in Lisson Grove, London. It houses over seventy-five dealers offering antiques; including silver, furniture, jewellery, paintings, ceramics, glass and vintage clothing.

Borough Market – Borough Market is home to international produce and is a haven for anybody who cares about the quality and provenance of the food they eat - chefs, restaurateurs, passionate amateur cooks and people who just happen to love eating and drinking. Consisting of up to 70 stalls and stands. Producers from all over the country bring a range of fresh produce to the market, including fish, meats, vegetables, ciders, cheeses, breads, coffees, cakes and patisseries. Open Wednesday to Saturday.  Arrive early to ensure you do not to miss out.  

East London Markets – Experience the most distinctive markets in London’s hippest and most fashionable area. Within a rough triangle, you can spend an afternoon of market hopping as they are all within walking distance. The north side marks London’s most visually appealing market, the Columbia Road Flower Market, packing the Victorian cobbled street with bargain blooms every Sunday. Head south onto Brick Lane Market, where Eastern promise meets East End chaos, a place where you’ll find bric-a-brac, fruit and veg, retro furniture, vintage jewellery and more. Lastly, end your tour at Spitalfields Market, a melting pot of young designers; with achingly cool handmade clothes, vintage accessories and jewellery.

Portobello Market – One of the most famous flea markets in the world, Portobello market is a destination for Londoners and tourist alike. Situated in the heart of trendy Notting Hill it’s an ideal haunt for trinkets and antiques. Combine it with a lazy lunch at Electric brasserie or afternoon cinema session. Saturday is the busiest day but if you are after some antiques, you should come on a Friday!