Greenwich Clocktower Market is an array of quirky stalls selling antique, vintage and craft items, in Greenwich town centre, just before the clocktower.
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Greenwich Clocktower Market
166 Greenwich High RdLondonSE10 8NN
- +44 20 7237 2001
Top 5 reviews of Greenwich Clocktower Market
The best of the remaining Greenwich markets retains a little of the atmosphere that used to make Sundays in Greenwich so wonderful. This is a very small market and can get hair tearingly busy at times. But, the stalls can be good places to find some decent vintage stuff. It's just a shame that this is really all that's left of the Greenwich markets which were so popular with locals and... more
Came here by accident after heading back from the main market and must say I actually found this preferable to my interests. Its small, but that just means you can give the individual stalls more attention. I have been to big vintage and antique fairs before and they can become such a slog!
Full of mainly second hand, antique and vintage goods I pretty much saw something I wanted to buy on... more
Every Saturday and Sunday, loads of stuff from £2 grab boxes full of stuff (I got a totally decent pair of cufflinks for £4...) to properly sorted vintage clothes. There's even a bit of stuff for blokes, and at reasonable prices, too.
Worth a trip out every now and then-- it's a bit hit or miss, as these things always are, but it's off the beaten track enough that you're likely to find some... more
I bought the nicest painting for only 5 pounds, took it home, and framed it at a local framing store. It now looks like it was painted by a professional. It's the centerpiece when you enter my home. Whenever I pass it I remember the awesome London vacation. Greenwich was a beautiful day trip. more
The clock tower market has really come into its own over the last few years. But this isn't necessarily a good thing. It's doing well because the main outdoor market was closed down, and the stall vendors have either moved here, or to another market in London. Brick Lane is picking up a lot of them.
Until a year ago, I wouldn't even bother walking around this place, it just wasn't worth the... more