15 London Markets You Need To Spend A Sunday At

If you ever find yourself wandering on a Sunday, take the time to check out these London markets! They have everything you need for a perfect Sunday.

If you ever find yourself wandering on a Sunday, take the time to check out these London markets! They have everything you need for a perfect Sunday from vintage vinyl to good food.

1. Old Spitalfields Market

Find a little bit of everything here, from clothes to vinyl, in the market that’s been running for over 350 years.

Nearest stations: Aldgate East, Liverpool Street


2. Brick Lane Market

Find something interesting, including vintage clothes and antiques, in one of London’s famous markets, then treat yourself to some street food.

Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street

3. Greenwich Market

Take a trip south of the Thames and treat yourself to not just clothes and jewellery, but terrariums, artwork and even a massage.


Nearest station: Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich

4. Petticoat Lane Market

Described as “London’s biggest street jumble sale”, Petticoat Market has hundreds of clothes stalls, so you’re bound to find something you like for a great price.



Nearest station: Aldgate

5. Sunday (Up)Market

Part of the Brick Lane Market, you’ll find the next cute thing to decorate your room, jewellery, and a range of food from around the world. Definitely unmissable.

Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street


6. Maltby Street Market

Get some Insta-worthy street food, then head to one of the nearby pubs.

Nearest station: Bermondsey

7. Columbia Road Flower Market

Brighten up your home with some beautiful bouquets, then check out the independent shops lining the streets.


Nearest station: Hoxton


8. Netil Market

Netil Market houses a range of shops where you can find everything from dog accessories to jewellery and watches, as well as spectacular grilled cheese toasties at Morty and Bob’s.


Nearest station: London Fields


9. Deptford Market Yard


Has everything from clothes, to street food, to circus and aerial fitness classes.

Nearest station: Deptford

10. East Street Market

One of London’s oldest markets, East Street is perfect for when you want fresh fruit and veg, amongst other things.


Nearest stations: Kennington, Elephant & Castle

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11. Covent Garden Apple Market

If you’re into art or fashion, this is the place for you. Find candles, jewellery and antique cameras, as well as signed and limited edition paintings.


Nearest station: Covent Garden

12. Marylebone Farmer’s Market

There’s always something new here, as the food changes as quickly as the seasons do. Treat yourself to some good food, then take a short walk and find yourself on Oxford Street.

Nearest stations: Bond Street, Baker Street



13. Kew Village Market

Takes place on the first Sunday of every month. Not only does it have a variety of stalls, from food to books, but all profits go towards various charities.

Nearest station: Kew Gardens


14. Capital Carboot

A year-round car boot sale, where you could find absolutely anything.


Nearest station: Pimlico


15. North London Vintage Market

Another monthly market that is perfect for fans of anything vintage, from clothes and jewellery, to homeware and art.

Nearest station: Highgate

15 London Markets You Need To Spend A Sunday At
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