Camden Lock is at the heart of Camden Town's thriving markets area. Open 7 days per week, Camden Lock Market comprises stalls and shops selling everything from vintage clothing to hand-made jewellery and artwork to gifts, music and more. There's also food stalls offering a large variety of cuisines.
A former timber yard for ship builders TE Dingwalls, Camden Lock was opened in the 1970s as Camden's original arts and crafts market. The original market hall was re-opened in the 1980s and a steel and glass canopy added to the East Yard in 2003.
Camden Lock market is open 7 days a week, every day except Christmas Day.
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Venue Details & Map
Camden Lock Market
54 - 56 Chalk Farm Road
Camden Lock PlaceLondonNW1 8AF
- +44 20 7485 7963
Must Go Place on London!
The neighborhood can sounds a little bit scary when you hear about it and when you arrive, a lot of punks and markets with crazy clothes and boots.
But keep going up to the Camden Lock market is hundreds and hundreds of small stores with all the different things you can imagine!
There also good food options! Is place that you should go to loose yourself on...more
This market gets supremely busy but it is SO worth a look, especially the food section, you're not going to want to miss that - multiple stalls with all different kinds of food. The bourbon steams beef burgers were a favourite!more
Loved this area for unique shopping! You will not find name brands here and that just fine with me... Loved the uniqueness of the clothing, trinkets, jewelry, etc... we spent the day here and didn't get to see everything or try a,l of the great food here either... we ate making sure to see d our last day here just to online shopping and eating!more
Super cool place with lots of shops to check out! This is where you'll find most of your souvenirs to bring back home. Make sure you don't buy from the first store you see since it's usually the most expensive one. There are lots of options here so walk around a bit more before you decide! Food stalls and clothing shops are all over the area. Pretty fun to spend some time here and explore.more
Such a funky place! It's an array of everything- clothes, crafts, souvenirs, antiques and most importantly: FOOD.
I'd definitely reccomended coming on a weekday if you can finegle it, I went on a Friday afternoon for lunch which was quite busy but still enjoyable, returned again on Saturday and it was sheer madness! How I managed to walk down the alleys to explore and order food is still...more