Camden Market is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in London and is the largest street market in the UK, attracting 500,000 visitors each week.
There are various markets located in Camden Town which are collectively known as Camden Market. These are Camden Lock Market, Camden Stables Market, Camden Canal Market, Inverness Street Market, and Camden (Buck Street) Market.
The area around Camden Lock was first developed in 1791 by the Earl of Camden, with the famous Regents Canal opening in 1820. The first market to appear in Camden was Camden Lock Market, which opened in 1972. Today, there are hundreds of designer workshops, studios, stalls, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars selling an individual and extensive array of high quality goods from designer, alternative & vintage clothing and accessories to one-off pieces of art, furnishings, antiques, jewellery, records & CDs, collectables, arts & crafts and international food.
Camden Town (Northern)
Chalk Farm (Northern)
There are few car parking spaces, so the tube and bus are recommended. A walk along the canal towpath from Regent’s Park will also take you into the middle of the markets.
Camden Lock Market: 10am to 6pm – daily, off Chalk Farm Road
Stables Market: 10am to 6pm – daily, off Chalk Farm Road
Camden (Buck Street) Market: 10am to 5.30pm – Thu-Sun , Camden High Street, junction with Buck Street
Camden Canal Market: 10am to 6pm – Sat-Sun, off Chalk Farm Road
Camden High Street & Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AH (Map)
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