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Greenwich Market the only market that is located in a place on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.

The market is a perfect place if you are looking for art and handmade products, unique gifts and rare antiques and collectibles. The market prefers sellers who make their own products, so many sellers are here every day. But there are also many sellers who only come by occasion. So every day is different at Greenwich Market.

When you do feel peckish at Greenwich Market, there are plenty of places to eat in and around the market.

Greenwich Market not as big as Borough Market or Old Spittalfields Market, but very nice to visit if you’re in the area. It is in fact within walking distance of the Cutty Sark, Queen’s House, Old Royal Naval College, National Maritime Museum and the Royal Obervatory Greenwich.

 

Opening Hours

Open every day from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

How to get there

Greenwich Church Street (Stop B): 188, 199 Greenwich Town Centre / Cutty Sark (Stop C/D): 286
Cutty Sark
Greenwich Pier
Saunders Ness Road
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