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Greenwich Market

KidRated’s Greenwich Market Top Tips:

  • Bring cash as not all stalls have card readers
  • Don’t eat before you go – there is food here for even the fussiest eater
  • Visit the other nearby attractions in Greenwich

Looking for homemade gifts, books or a tasty treat in South East London? Then look no further, Greenwich Market is your answer. Smaller than Borough Market, there is still plenty of amazing food to try. This is the place to get dim sum, paella, raw food, Ethiopian food, curry, you name it, it can probably be found in Greenwich Market.


Aside from food, the market hosts different kinds of wares. Antiques, collectibles, fashion, art, beauty, jewellery and arts and crafts all have a place in the market, just make sure you go on the right day for what you want to buy.  On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, you can find antiques and collectables whereas if you visit on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and weekends you will find a lot more crafts and design. Check the website for more details. 


The food, especially can be pricey but it is generally of good quality. It can be fairly cramped inside so it would be advisable to not bring buggies.


Love markets? Why not see what the K-Raters think of Borough Market.



Greenwich High Road
SE10 9HZ

Phone number:

+44 (0)20 8269 5096


How to get there:

DLR: Cutty Sark

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About London Laura Porter

Laura Porter

  • You can all choose a different lunch and then take it to Greenwich Park to enjoy on the grass.
  • It’s not that big a market but still easy to lose the kids so stick together.
  • It’s a covered market so good to know in a downpour.
  • Great for gift shopping.

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