Key Attractions

Spitalfields Market

Old Spitalfields Market is situated in the heart of Spitalfields and is a premier indoor market and retail attraction for all.

The market was built in 1876 and is one of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in the capital.

Nestled in the cobbled streets between Brick Lane and Bishopsgate, Old Spitalfields Market is steeped in history. Visitors will discover an array of themed markets, operating seven days a week, alongside boutique fashion, design and lifestyle stores, distinctive bars, coffee and tea shops and a wide range of restaurants. 

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The Royal Exchange

The Royal Exchange is a luxury shopping area in a historic building in the heart of The City. 

You will discover an unrivalled collection of over 30 luxury stores that offer individuality and refinement second to none. 

The boutiques include Gucci, Jo Malone London, Paul Smith, Tiffany & Co and Watches of Switzerland. 

With its roots going back to 1571, The Royal Exchange adds a distinctive element to shopping in the City. 

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Petticoat Lane Market

Petticoat Lane is London’s world famous Sunday market and sells mainly clothes for men, women and children, from street-cred clubwear to over-orders of designer goods and last year’s must-haves. 

The market is held in and around Middlesex Street on Sundays from 9am – 3pm with a smaller market open on Wentworth Street from Monday to Friday. 

Operating since the 1750s and now features more than 1,000 market stalls.

As well as clothing, you ca find a good range of toys and electronic goods such as steroes, radios, DVD players and videos, plus shoes and bric-a-brac. 

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Brick Lane Market

Situated in the heart of Shoreditch, Brick Lane Market has grown and mutated over the years. Operating at its fullest on Sundays, Brick Lane and its surrounding streets come alive, teeming with sellers shifting their wares. 

Why not hunt for a baragain within the bric-a-brac at this bustling East End market, bursting full of antiques, stunning fabtrics and kitsch collections. 

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