Spend the first Sunday of every month browsing the stalls full of fragrant flowers, gardening accessories and much more at Chiswick Flower Market.
Let your nose lead you to Chiswick High Street as the tranquil neighbourhood hosts experienced and emerging traders selling anything from blooming bouquets to potted-plants, succulents and a hive of horticultural accessories.
Considered “the Columbia Road Market of the west”, the flower market is located in the exact spot Chiswick’s first open-air market was set up by soldiers in 1919. It is run almost entirely by the local community, with all profits being put back into the market.
Don’t worry about carrying your plants home... Let the Plant Creche volunteers take care of them by delivering your shopping directly to your door on a cargo bike (free within the local area) and enjoy hands-free exploration the rest of the day.
Where is Chiswick Flower Market?
Find it at the Old Market Place on Chiswick High Road, just outside the police station. The entrance is located at the corner of Devonshire Road.
It is easily accessible by bus (routes 94, 237, 267, 272 and 391), the Underground (Turnham Green station, District Line) or the Overground with Gunnersbury station within a 15-minute walk. If you’re travelling by rail, get off at Chiswick station and take a 25-minute walk or a 10-minute bus journey to the market (routes E3 and 272).
When is Chiswick Flower Market open?
Chiswick Flower Market is open on the first Sunday of the month, from 9.30am to 3pm. Get there early to enjoy the wide selection of produce before it’s gone!