Exciting news: I’ve created an interactive London markets map. From food to vintage goods and flower markets, it has all the best London markets in one place. I hope it helps you find the ones that suit your tastes and interests.

London Markets Map

London Markets Map

I’ve written a lot about London markets over the years. From the 14 best London markets to 7 under-the-radar London markets, I’ve covered them from big to small.

I’ve also published a blog post about the best Sunday markets in London so you can find good ones on a day when a lot of other markets are closed. Now I’m excited to share my London markets map with you.

Stall at Portobello Road Market in London

Best Markets in London

Furthermore, I’ve written in-depth posts about some of my favorite London markets.

You can read about Borough Market, one of the biggest and most famous food markets in London. It’s so well-known there’s even a Borough Market cookbook. If you’re in the UK, you can get it here. If you’re in the US, you can find it here.

Borough Market

And that’s to say nothing of Camden Market, another huge market with everything from food to vintage goods and souvenirs for sale.

If local is more your thing, I’ve covered Herne Hill Market and North Cross Road Market, which are great south London neighborhood markets.

North Cross Road Market Shop

I’ve also covered specialized markets like the Columbia Road Flower Market, a floral extravaganza in Hackney, and Billingsgate Fish Market, a seafood lover’s heaven in Canary Wharf.

Also in Hackney, I’ve done posts on Chatsworth Road Market and Broadway Market, two great but very different markets.

The former is a neighborhood gem with a local feel, while the latter is a bustling food market in an ideal location for a picnic in nearby London Fields.

If you want somewhere really unique, you’ll love reading about Maltby Street Market in Bermondsey. Set under railway arches, this food market has great ambiance and is home to one of London’s best architectural salvage warehouses.

Maltby Street Market Stall

Brixton Market is another unique market to explore. Not only does it take over the area’s streets and passages, but it also has neighboring markets like Brixton Village and Pop Brixton, a shipping container market.

And speaking of shipping container markets, BOXPARK Shoreditch is a fun one to explore in east London.

I’ve also written a lot of London neighborhood guides that cover popular markets around the city. From Spitalfields to Clerkenwell, Chelsea to Victoria, they have you covered.

Scotch Eggs at Duke of York Square Food Market

And let’s not forget the Christmas markets in London. They’re some of the most popular seasonal pop-ups in the UK capital, and they’re worth a visit if you’re in London in winter.

From Hyde Park to the South Bank, Trafalgar Square to Leicester Square, they get bigger and brighter every year.

Interactive London Markets Map

So now for my London markets map. This interactive map has all the markets I’ve written about on the blog. If you click on a pin, you’ll see the name of the market and a link to one of the blog posts I’ve covered it in.

I’ll make sure to add more markets to the map as I write about them in the future, so if you bookmark this blog post or pin it on Pinterest, you can check back for regular updates.

Restaurant Tables at Maltby Street Market in London

I hope you enjoy the London markets map and that it helps you find the most exciting markets for your interests.

If you want to learn more about the city’s markets, London’s Markets: From Smithfield to Portobello Road is a great book. If you’re in the UK, you can get it here. If you’re in the US, you can find it here.

If you can’t see the London markets map, click here.

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2 Comments on Lady’s London Markets Map

  1. What a brilliant idea – the map! 😀 I’ll definitely find that useful in the future.
    And I if I remember correctly I once visited Columbia Road Flower Market thanks to you mentioning it and loved it! It’s such a gem and so lovely to wander around the street, stalls, small shops…

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