The historical Romford Market began nearly 800 years ago in 1247, when King Henry III granted the market its charter. Originally established as a sheep market, it is still operating three days a week offering customers the perfect place to spend the day and pick up great-priced items.
Romford market is one of the largest street markets in the South East with more than 150 regular stalls offering a diverse range of goods including fresh meat and fish, vegetables and fruit, the latest fashions, mobile phone accessories and household goods to name just a few.
Wednesdays and Fridays 09:00 to 16:30
Saturdays - 09:00 to 17:00
Venue Details & Map
Market PlaceEssexRM1 3ER
Top 4 reviews of Romford Market
Have to say I've been coming here for many years... Having moved overseas I thought on this trip I'd take a visit. It's no where as crazy busy as it used to be.. But still enjoyable more
Think possibly one of the best markets around, there is a wide variety of things on offer - from DVDs to clothes to flowers and blinds!
There is always something that you will find down there, and all the prices are cheaper than retailers. Good quality items, and the traders are very friendly. They are all regulars so you can even return items fine. Alot of the stalls are actually stalls of... more
It's a must for Market lovers... Bargains galore...A fabulous atmosphere, a huge area, u will def. find what you need there. more
Very specific go there know what you want type of market they have a sports stall that stress their sports wear are real but don't charge the same retail price for their garments. Authenticity is presented if asked for so if you feel 'I really don't reckon these are real' express yourself. There is a shoe stall that sell boots and shoes for women, let you try on the shoes/boots then and there... more