Camden Market actually consisits of a group of closely spaced markets on the north side of Regent's Canal in Camden Town. The markets include the Camden Lock Market, the Stables Market, Camden Canal Market and Camden (Buck Street) Market.
These vibrant and colourful markets collectively attract about 500,000 visitors every week making them the largest street market in the United Kingdom.
Starting out as a craft market in outdoor areas and existing buildings along the canal, the market attracted large numbers of visitors to it's Sunday opening. While still attracting huge crowds on Sundays, the markets are now open every day.
Today you will find tons of unique stuff in Camden Market — designer clothing, alternative and vintage clothing, original art, furnishings and accessories, antiques and collectables, jewellery, records, CDs and crafts. There are also numerous international cafes, restaurants and pubs filling the air with delicious smells to tempt you.
Camden Lock Market and the Stables Market are open daily from 10am to 6pm.
Tip: Avoid Sundays unless you enjoy extreme crowds.
For more information about the Markets visit their official website link above.
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Address: Camden Town, London, UK
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How to get to Camden Market by Tube
Walking Distance from Tube Stations. No bus needed.
From Camden Town Station walk north on Camden High Street. The first market is Camden Market on the left side. Continue north and go left on Camden Lock Place for the Camden Lock Market and Stables Market.
Important: If departing on Sunday afternoon between 1pm and 5:30pm you will have to walk up to Chalk Farm Station to board the Tube. Camden Town Station only allows exiting during those times to help handle the large crowds that come on Sunday. Chalk Farm station is about a 10 minute walk northwest of the markets along Chalk Farm Road.
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