RBS cashpoint by Camden Town tube 189-191 Camden High Street. Lloyds cashpoint 140 Camden High Street.
Open from Monday through to Sunday, 10am - 6pm.
Camden High St, (junction with Buck St), London NW1 8NJ
The Camden Market locale is one of London’s most popular destinations for both tourists and locals alike. It overflows with a variety of colourful markets, shops, restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs.
Most shops, restaurants and stalls are open every day of the week so by coming on a weekday you miss the crowds. However, the market really comes alive at the weekends - with four or five times as many stalls and much more going on. Days in Camden start slow and easy - shops and stalls open around 10am til 6pm, although some traders do stay open later.
Camden is comprised of several different areas:
Camden Lock Market
This was the original craft market, established in the 1970s. Now its indoor and outdoor stalls offer a huge selection of original arts and crafts, handcrafted jewellery, clothing and accessories and delicious food stalls drawing in crowds of more than 150,000 a week. To find Camden Lock Market walk up Camden High Street from Camden Town station and the market lies to your left.
This is the largest and most colourful of Camden’s markets. A converted Victorian horse hospital, the Stables is a maze of cobbled alleyways, converted warehouses and covered outdoor eating areas with around 700 shops and stalls with everything from cyberpunk to vintage clothing, record stores and unusual furniture. The Arches at Stables Market are an ideal place to start to look for vintage treats.
Camden (Buck Street) Market
Open all week, this is not the main market but is more like a busy jumble of around 200 stalls in narrow alleyways selling a variety of new, retro and secondhand clothes, jewellery and records/CDs.
Camden Lock Village
This area bustles with more than 500 independent shop-units selling a varied and exciting range of products, not just clothing and accessories but more unusual items too. The market runs alongside the Regents Canal towpath, to the north-east of the road bridge on Chalk Farm Road.
The Electric Market
The indoor fashion market at the Electric Ballroom (184 Camden High Street) opens on Sundays only. There’s a café and over 50 stalls inside, selling an eclectic mix of items such as vintage, new designs, gothic and punk, t shirts, jewellery and accessories. The Ballroom also hosts a film and record fair on alternate Saturdays.
Inverness Street Market
Inverness Street Market has been a traditional street market for over 100 years. It still boasts a number of great fruit and vegetable stalls but now also includes many stalls selling clothes, bags and other goods. It is also lined with some of Camden’s leading restaurants and bars.