Alfies Antique Market
London’s largest indoor antique market is a great place to visit for vintage lovers with 600 stalls to browse through. The Rooftop cafe offers unforgettable views of the city. Antiques, collectables and 20th-century design items will definitely impress the socks of you.Going vintage and antique route means saving the environment,
Address: 13-25 Church Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8DT. When: Tuesday - Saturday 10am-6pm
Bayswater Road Market
More than 150 artists showcase their best work every Sunday at this open-air art fair. You can choose from oil paintings, acrylics, water colours, drawings, pastels, sculptures in wood and many more. Majority of the artists are well established, some of them you have never heard of but may be the next Van Gog. The art is displayed on the railings of Kensington Gardens close to The Princess Diana Memorial Garden, the Peter Pan statue, the Italian Garden, the Serpentine and the world's favourite Oxford Street shops.
Address: Bayswater Road, London W2. When: Sunday 10-6pm
Bermondsey Square Antiques
This antique market opens every Friday morning, to be precise at 4am and the best time to shop starts from 5am. Items offered are from Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times (think silver, china, glassware). Many of the sellers have a good knowledge of antiques and with an international reputation, you will see not only UK residents but tourists too.
Address: Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN. When: Every Friday from 4am – 2pm
Brick Lane Market
Expect a traditional flea-market, with a vast choice of pretty much anything and everything including food and bric-a-brac. The market is spread across a large area and few streets. It is increasingly popular for selling home accessories too. If you enjoy hunting for bargains why not visit other local markets including the Columbia Road flower market, Spitalfields and Petticoat Lane market which are all nearby.
Address: Brick Lane, London E1 6PU. When: Every Sunday from 9am-5pm