Camden Lock is one of London’s most vibrant shopping and entertainment areas with live music and comedy venues, café’s and bars. Clustered in and around the award-winning Market Hall, you’ll find small shops and market stalls selling everything from vintage fashion, handmade jewellery and beautiful homewares sourced from around the globe.
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Venue Details & Map
Camden Lock Place
Chalk Farm RoadLondonNW1 8AF
- +44 (0)20 7485 7963
- Public transport:
- Camden Town - Take the right-hand exit from the station, turn right.
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry
Definitely worth a visit when you are in London. It always feel like a sunny spot even when it is overcast! There is several shops and restaurants in the area worth a visit or just a stroll!more
Camden Lock is pretty stressful on a Sunday lunchtime especially when you are carrying your weekend bag but it's worth working your way through to the back where the most exciting stuff is. There are tons of food stalls here - it's a street food rather than a produce market - ranging from your standard crepes, fish and chips and falafal to Polish and Peruvian food, pulled pork, mac n cheese...more
I used to stay in a boat on the lock
& gently rock to sleep on this canal,
So I know it well. Love the shops esp
round Christmas. It has done well to
rise up out of the ashes of the serious fire nearly 4 years ago.
Great place for gifts all year roundmore
Tourist trap of the highest order. As an ex-resident of the lock I have watched the demise of what was once a great London institution. The stalls and shops, with a few exceptions, sell tat for tourists. Who can blame them the rates have priced all the real traders out. Very busy at weekends. Still a great place to hang out and watch the weird and wonderful go by.more
I can't give this place a huge score as it's become largely formulaic. So many stuff is repeated on so many stalls and it's become Camden by numbers. Over 200 years ago I used to live by Chalk Farm tibe and a weekly stroll around Camden was wonderful - it was a REAL market then, with original stuff and you couldn't find the end of the stalls, almost all of which were different. Now it's...more