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Camden Market
Camden Market

Camden Market

Free admission
Camden High Street & Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH

The Basics

Long known as an alternative shopping destination to the chic boutiques of Central London, Camden Market’s 1,000 stalls offer vintage clothing, books, antiques, and much more—there’s even a store dedicated to vintage pianos. You can taste your way through the many different food stalls, pick up an artisanal coffee, browse the clothing booths, or retreat to one of the canalside pubs for a refreshing drink while you watch the action unfold. The fun comes in just soaking up the atmosphere around you.

Visitors can choose to wander at will through the different areas of the market or take part in an organized walking tour to learn more about the area’s history and the many colorful characters the market has welcomed over the years.

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Camden Market, Borough Market and Covent Garden Market Private Tour
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Camden Market, Borough Market and Covent Garden Market Private Tour
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Camden is famous for its live music venues, including The Dublin Castle and Jazz Cafe.

  • Camden market is well-known for its excellent street food, so plan to enjoy lunch or dinner while you’re there.

  • The area is always busy—keep an eye on your belongings and watch out for pickpockets.

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How to Get There

Camden Market is best accessed by public transport or taxi, as parking is very limited. The nearest tube station is Camden Town. Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent stations are also a short walk away. A number of buses from different parts of the city also serve the area.

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When to Get There

Camden Market is open every day (including bank holidays) from 10am until late, except Christmas Day. The market can get very busy at weekends, especially on Sunday afternoons, so plan to visit on a weekday if you prefer a slower pace. To navigate the market stalls more easily, you can organize a private tour.

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Take a Stroll on Regent’s Canal

After your fun market tour, head down to Regent’s Canal for a peaceful stroll through one of London’s most interesting neighborhoods, where elegant terraces line the canalside and narrow bridges take you back to a time when horses were the only form of transport. You can walk as far as Regent’s Park—one of London’s eight Royal Parks—complete with a lake, flower gardens, and tree-lined pathways.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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