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If you are visiting the Cutty Sark or any of the other attractions in Greenwich, I recommend that you take a small detour and take a stroll through the market.
It has a number of stalls & shops to pick up some gifts for friends...More
We decided to ignore our usual tramping ground of Cornwall this weekend for the lights of London. Typical that the weather was fantastic so a bit of a mistake however a trip from Westminster up to Greenwich a visit to the Cutty Sark followed by...More
We came here to try the Red Cow Carvery. Roast dinner with the option of melted cheese, sounded like something we needed to experience. So filling & moorish.
The market itself is mainly food, all cultures catered for food from all parts of the world....More
Lovely market. Went on a Friday. Great mix of stalls with some original craft items that I hadn’t actually seen elsewhere. Good food section and interesting shops around the outside. Bit like spitalfields but smaller and very reasonable prices. Bit of antiques,clothes and crafts. Loved...More
We visited here whilst on our weekend in London.
Not the largest market in the world but very clean, safe, well organised and packed with interesting stalls selling a wide variety of goods.
Lots of food choices to.
Don’t miss this if you are in...More
We were on a day in Greenwich with its magnificent attractions and were recommended the Market, it is a small daily market with a few stalls, some interesting but in general it is not worth the effort, better off spending a little more time at...More
You may as well wander through the market as wander along the street between the Cutty Sark and other Greenwich attractions, but it is underwhelming. We were there on a Friday, and expected arts and crafts, but it was pretty tacky. Lots of tasty food...More
Saturday morning on a bright March day after a walk along the Thames footpath into Greenwich we came across the market.
What a great cross section of craft ,clothes and artisan stalls all of a very high and varied standard. Add in the unique food...More
The market area is full of interest. The are plenty of stalls and shops but also many places to eat or drink to suit all budgets. Don't miss the old Pie Shop.
The main site of Greenwich are nearby, including The Cutty Sark and the...More
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the very concept of global time was established at Royal Observatory, just one of several buildings of architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park and a number of related buildings (and one world famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
laser beam is shot out across the night sky from the Observatory to mark the location of the Prime Meridian. Other bold (some say brash) 21st century additions to the area include landmarks such as The O2 entertainment complex (previously known as the Millennium Dome) and the Air Line cable cars, which offer scenic transport across the Thames between North Greenwich and the Royal Docks.
They occupy the same space but the stalls at the weekend are dominated by arts & crafts while the vintage stalls tend to be open during week days. It is worth noting that on Greenwich South Street, opposite the Greenwich... More
They occupy the same space but the stalls at the weekend are dominated by arts & crafts while the vintage stalls tend to be open during week days. It is worth noting that on Greenwich South Street, opposite the Greenwich Railway Station, is The Junk Shop. It is a 5 minute walk from the market and provides an Aladdin's cave of junk/treasure - depending on your perspective - I love it!
Response from Chrissie E | Reviewed this property |
Its a tourist area. Shops are bound to be open on a Thursday, but it depends on weather, time of day, time of year as to whether the shops are busy. If you are going to that area you can team it with visiting Cutty Sark... More
Its a tourist area. Shops are bound to be open on a Thursday, but it depends on weather, time of day, time of year as to whether the shops are busy. If you are going to that area you can team it with visiting Cutty Sark, and maybe the observatory, and walking round Greenwich park so recce the shops in between those other activities. Hope this helps.