Markets to visit in south London

Aug 2, 2021 | Things to do

Enjoy the sun and head to a market this weekend! Read our top tips below on all of the best markets in south London

Brockley Market

Award winning weekly food market supporting local producers and traders. Bustling Saturday market for local fresh produce, artisan breads and pastries, plants and flowers. Opening hours are on Saturdays at 10am ‑ 2pm

Here you can find seasonally sourced fresh fruit and vegetables, quality breakfasts, brunches lunches and a whole lot more.

Borough Market

A London rite of passage and a mecca for the culinary curious, Borough Market is one of our foodie favourites in the entire capital. Loved by locals and tourists alike – it is one of the best free things to do in London.

Greenwich Market

British street food at its very best, with a huge selection available

Greenwich Market is amazing, as is most London street food, but expect multicultural as traditional British food as here is in the minority.

Crystal Palace Food Market

Weekly event with stalls offering produce, handmade crafts & more in a cool, tucked‑away setting.

Selling meat, fish, grains, cheese, eggs, milk, veg and MUNCH more! All of the fresh produce sold at the market is organic or biodynamic, the meat is also kept to the highest standards ‑ pasture fed where appropriate and in the best possible conditions. All prepared food is supplied by ultra‑local producers.

Herne Hill Market

One of the top Sunday markets in London, Herne Hill Food Market is a vibrant Sunday market packed with stalls selling locally‑produced food, plus arts and crafts.

Herne Hill Market is a local neighborhood market in South London. It sells all kinds of goods, from food and clothing to vintage records and vegan cosmetics. It’s a great place to spend a morning or afternoon, and the perfect spot to indulge your inner cheese lover or design fan.

Brockley Market

Award winning weekly food market supporting local producers and traders. Bustling Saturday market for local fresh produce, artisan breads and pastries, plants and flowers.

Here you can find seasonally sourced fresh fruit and vegetables, quality breakfasts, brunches lunches and a whole lot more.

Location

Lewisham College Carpark, Lewisham Way, SE4 1UT

Opening hours

Saturdays: 10am-2pm

Borough Market

A London rite of passage and a mecca for the culinary curious, Borough Market is one of our foodie favourites in the entire capital. Loved by locals and tourists alike – it is one of the best free things to do in London.

Location

8 Southwark St, SE1 1TL

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday: 10am-5pm
Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday: 8am-5pm
Sunday: 10am-2pm

Greenwich Market

British street food at its very best, with a huge selection available

Greenwich Market is amazing, as is most London street food, but expect multicultural as traditional British food as here is in the minority.

Location

5B Greenwich Market, SE10 9HZ

Opening hours

Every day: 10am-5:30pm

Crystal Palace Food Market

Weekly event with stalls offering produce, handmade crafts & more in a cool, tucked‑away setting.

Selling meat, fish, grains, cheese, eggs, milk, veg and MUNCH more! All of the fresh produce sold at the market is organic or biodynamic, the meat is also kept to the highest standards ‑ pasture fed where appropriate and in the best possible conditions. All prepared food is supplied by ultra‑local producers.

Location

Haynes Ln, SE19 3AN

Opening hours

Saturday: 10am-3pm

Herne Hill Market

One of the top Sunday markets in London, Herne Hill Food Market is a vibrant Sunday market packed with stalls selling locally‑produced food, plus arts and crafts.

Herne Hill Market is a local neighborhood market in South London. It sells all kinds of goods, from food and clothing to vintage records and vegan cosmetics. It’s a great place to spend a morning or afternoon, and the perfect spot to indulge your inner cheese lover or design fan.

Location

Railton Rd, SE24 0JN

Opening hours

Sunday: 10am-4pm

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