Portobello Road has been a market since the 1800s but became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Now there are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread to posters, clothes, ceramics and music.
Easily accessible from Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube station and by bus routes servicing Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate. Main market days are Friday and Saturday with a smaller market running Monday to Thursday. An exciting day out for all the family.
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Venue Details & Map
Notting Hill and Portobello Road Market
72 Tavistock RoadLondonW11 1AN
- +44 (0)20 7727 7684
- Public transport:
- Ladbroke Grove: exit into Thorpe Close, then Lancaster Rd (east side). Westbourne Park: turn right out of station, 1st right into Tavistock Rd to junction with Portobello Rd.
One of the icon's of London. A must see for any tourist or Londoner. It's a very very long road with different sections from Antique, to clothing to food. There are street signs if you can spot them to let you know what section you are in and (even more importantly) where is the section you want to go to is.
There are also shops running along the street with interesting things to purchase....more
Great market! Loads of cool things to collect. It is different everyday. Saturday has a great Ghanian food stall which was delish!!! They have a vegetarian option which i got. I also bought a great bonber jacket from this market.
Just be aware the busiest day is a Saturday as it has all of the stalls and thousands of people. Sunday is a little quieter & has more of a laid back/relaxed vibe.more
An extremely long/big market that you should definitely visit!
Don't be fooled by the seemingly boring entrances! Once you get pass a street or two you will realise this market has lots to offer and almost look like it never ends!
I found the best Viet food I've had in London here!!more
I love, love, love this market. It's one of the most fun things I did in London and I wouldn't trade it for anything. You simply take the bus or Tube to Notting Hill and follow the crowds, but you better go early because it gets unbelievably crowded later in the morning. When I retraced my steps to leave, it was like swimming upstream.
You'll find all manner of merchandise for sale, some...more
Oh Portobello Market. As far as Markets go I find it good, not bad, but not great. It gets just a wee bit crowded for my liking, finding it a bit difficult to get food, look at antiques or get right in on the market stalls. I also find that there is a bit of a price levy that comes with the "portobello market" name and everything is a bit pricier than if it were any other market in London. Now...more