Tuesday-Sunday and Bank Holidays 10am - 5.30pm
Most shops, cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants are open 7 days a week.
11A Greenwich Market, London SE10 9HZ
Greenwich is a covered market with a vibrant atmosphere and a local, rather than touristy vibe. In fact, many regard it more as a farmers or craft market due to its commitment to showcasing designer makers and local food producers. The Market is in the centre of the Greenwich one way system, in the covered area surrounded by College Approach, King William Walk, Greenwich Church Street, and Nelson Road.
The market management work hard to keep a good mix of products on sale so the market always feels fresh and exciting. On weekends you can expect to find up to 150 arts and crafts stalls and up to 25 food stalls. You can expect to discover original artworks and handcrafted toys, fashions and handmade jewellery, skincare, home, textiles and interiors, kids and baby clothing, antiques as well as delicious fresh produce and mouthwatering food-to-go such as cupcakes, dimsum, sushi and Brazilian churros.
The Market itself is open Tuesdays through to Sunday 10am-5.30pm. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, expect to find antiques, vintage, collectables and food stalls. On Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, it’s arts and crafts, homewares, fresh produce and food stalls.
Greenwich Clock Tower Market, 166 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8NN
Open from 10-5pm every Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays, the Greenwich Clocktower Market offers an array of around 50 quirky stalls selling antique, vintage and retro items in Greenwich town centre, just before the clocktower. You’ll be able to get your hands on a variety of items such as antiques, art, bags, books, bric a brac, ceramics, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewellery, records.