Camden Passage has grown from the opening of its first antiques shop in the 1960s to a total of 200 dealers.
The area is famous for its enormous range of shops, arcades, malls and markets. Main market and trading days are Wednesdays and Saturdays, but many shops open weekdays or by arrangement.
Venue Details & Map
Camden Passage Antique Market
29 Camden PassageShoreditchLondonN1 8EA
- +44 (0)20 7359 0190
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
Took a stroll through the market on a Saturday afternoon. The vintage clothing is a bit pricey, but there are lots of great antiques and knick-knacks at reasonable prices - jewellery, books, candlesticks, door-knockers, tea cups, toys, statuettes, dining appliances I didn't know existed... It's great for wandering and people-watching even if you aren't looking to buy anything. Aside from...more
Great place to people watch and grab some street food! I like the guy who sells fresh squeezed Orange Juice for 1-2 pounds. He will juice it, and pour it right in a jug for you. Baked goods, ethnic food, good coffee shops, and a lot going on near the Camden canal. Very funky place to go hang out.more
Rounding out my Camden Market trifecta...
More cheapass t-shirts & rickety stalls offering the same wares you've seen at all the other stalls around Camden Market. Maybe they think by the 20th time you see an item, you're willing to purchase it?
If you're a treasure hunter who loves to search out vintage shops & Salvation Army stores, this would be your nirvana
For me? Not so muchmore
Ooh I love a good market I do and Camden Passage Market is a right goodun. Perfect for vintage, antique and specifically jewellery mooching. The passage is open with a huge amount of boutiques and a few stalls every day, but market days proper are on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
There are specialist stalls here and lively characters from grizzly old men to women that wouldn't look out of place...more
This is the most informal yet formal method of trade. The Camden passage is hidden away from the main street. At first one thinks these are only average everyday goods markets. NO! Its got b***** things I've only read of in books and seen in the movies.
I saw rare coins from the revolutionary period of Russia, architectural tool boxes from the Victorians, ivory and pearl........exquisite...more