Greenwich Market is one of the attractions that Greenwich town centre is most famous for. The market has an eclectic range of stalls that provide a a unique shopping experience.
There has been a market in Greenwich since 1700, and it’s been at its current island site in the heart of the town since the first half of the 19th century. You will find amongst its rows of stalls a fantastic array of arts, crafts and collectibles that you won’t see anywhere else and a vibrant selection of street food.
In 2016 a refresh of the market was completed which included the replacement of the roof and the addition of a new pavilion / covered area on the eastern side of the market.
As well as the market traders, there are an interesting range of shops around the interior and exterior of Greenwich Market including gems such as the Warwick Leadlay Gallery, which has been in the town over 40 years, and Goddard’s Pies.
Elsewhere in Greenwich you will find the Clocktower Market on Greenwich High Road. This weekend market has about 50 stalls selling lots of vintage items and cool collectibles .
Greenwich Vintage Market
The Fountain Court space opposite St Alfege Church and next to Natwest has been transformed in to Greenwich Vintage Market. The 40 stall market is crammed with vintage and retro stalls as well as the Coffee Hut with drinks and homemade cakes.
Greenwich Village Market
Greenwich Village Market was a popular weekend furniture and antiques market in Stockwell Street opposite Cafe Rouge. The site was purchased by the University of Greenwich and a state of the art building erected in its place.
Read more about the old Greenwich Village Market here.