3-Day Flea Market Tour in London

For bargain hunters, a stroll through one of Berlin´s bustling flea markets is a great way to spend a sunny Saturday or Sunday morning. Beside the usual stock of second hand books, clothing, records and bric-a-brac which you would expect to find at flea markets across the world, keep an eye out for GDR memorabilia, and nice 70s lamps.
Day 1 | FridayFri: 06:00 - 14:00

Bermondsey Market

Flea Markets World

Bermondsey Market is with a sea of relics similar to the loot of Fagan’s street gang quite the experience: It’s half car boot sale, half chic Parisian flea market. Known across London as the place where the dealers come to buy china and silver as well as furniture and glassware, Bermondsey Market offers every possibility of leaving with an amazing find for a bargain price. Located in Bermondsey Square near the iconic London Shard, this..

3.7 miles5.95 km
Day 1 | FridayMon - Sun: 10:00 - 17:30

Greenwich Market

Antique Store

Welcome to one of London’s finest covered markets and the only one which is set inside a World Heritage Site. Greenwich Market’s seven day bonanza brings you 120 stalls showing anything and everything including a delphic Palm Reader and a super-hip Hairdresser. Antiques and collectibles are the order of business at Greenwich MarketAntique days during the week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) are noticeably smaller than the busy weekends. However this doesn’t detract from the quality...

Lunch Break
7.1 miles11.4 km
Day 1 | FridayMon - Sat: 10:00 - 18:00

Grays Antique Centre

Antique Store

Located just five minutes from Selfridges, Grays Antique Centre offers an entertaining antique-hunting experience among more than 200 dealers selling everything from artefacts to vintage clothes. The emphasis of Grays Antique Centre is very much on antique silver, watches and jewellery but there are a number of stalls that specialize in militaria, porcelain and general antiques (Downstairs has amazing vintage clothing and costume jewellery). Prices at Grays Antique Centre are really high compared to a..

1.6 miles2.57 km
Day 1 | FridayTue - Sat: 10:00 - 18:00

Alfies Antiques Market

Antique Store

Alfies Antiques Market is a bustling indoor market with a bohemian chic atmosphere that is great for decorative and unusual antiques, vintage and collectibles. For over 30 years it has attracted serious collectors, interior designers and even celebrities! The beautiful Art Nouveau façade of the building alone, makes this venue worth visiting. The Alfies Antiques Market is a treasure trove of individual shops. In fact, visitors should make sure to go all the way up..

Day 1 | Friday
Day 2 | SaturdayWed & Sat: 09:00 - 18:00

Camden Passage

Antique Store

Not to be confused with Camden Market, Camden Passage is London’s premier antiques village. It offers a huge array of stalls and specialist shops, which have given the area a worldwide reputation that attracts thousands of antique dealers and collectors alike. With so much on offer, a simple afternoon stroll is likely to end with an unusual gift purchases or the discovery of the vintage oddity, that is likely to become your favourite show piece...

5 miles8 km
Day 2 | SaturdayMon - Sat: 09:00 - 18:00

Portobello Road

Flea Markets World

If you know anyone that has ever been to London, chances are they have visited Portobello Road. This antiques market is one of the most famous in the world and a buzzing hive of activity. Every weekend thousands upon thousands of tourists and locals descend into the trendy Notting Hill district to search for delectable antiques, exquisite vintage fashion and finest jewellery from over 1,000 dealers. Portobello Road market is open seven days a week...

Lunch Break
Day 2 | Saturday
Day 3 | SundaySun: 11:00 - 16:00

Chatsworth Road Market

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The moment you arrive at Chatsworth Road you are enveloped in the community feel. Most of the 80 vendors selling at the Chatsworth Road Market are local businesses and the fresh food on offer ranges from an organic free range butcher to an artisan cheese specialist. However, what really makes Chatsworth Road Market a collector’s haven lies behind the vendors and in the selection of interesting and diverse shops which have opened along the street itself...

2.9 miles4.6 km
Day 3 | SundayFri - Sun: 11:00 - 17:00

Brick Lane Market

Vintage Clothing

Brick Lane Flea Market is pure East End London flea market, which means Jewish bagel shops, Bangladeshi curry houses, Indian sari silks – and Cockneys crying out their wares. This chaotic, bustling flea market is half way between jewel and junk heap. However, the Brick Lane flea market is not simply a street filled with market booth and loud merchants. It is a more complex, intricate network of five markets all connected together, known as..

Lunch Break
0.3 miles0.5 km
Day 3 | SundayMon - Sun: 10:00 - 17:00

Old Spitalfields Market

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From its small beginnings in the 17th Century as a simple farmers market, Old Spitalfields Market has blossomed into one of the most vibrant and diverse places in the whole of London. In fact, it doesn’t take long to immerse yourself in what Old Spitalfields Market has to offer, from vintage vinyls cut and made into wall mounted clocks, antique walking sticks or old fashioned shipping maps, to endless rows of quality sterling silver jewellery...

Day 3 | Sunday

IMPORTANT: Show schedules might be subject to change. Please consult the event promoter’s website and social media before making any travel arrangements.

Day 1 | FridayFri: 06:00 - 14:00

Bermondsey Market

Flea Markets World

Bermondsey Market is with a sea of relics similar to the loot of Fagan’s street gang quite the experience: It’s half car boot sale, half chic Parisian flea market. Known across London as the place where the dealers come to buy china and silver as well as furniture and glassware, Bermondsey Market offers every possibility of leaving with an amazing find for a bargain price. Located in Bermondsey Square near the iconic London Shard, this..

3.7 miles5.95 km
Day 1 | FridayMon - Sun: 10:00 - 17:30

Greenwich Market

Antique Store

Welcome to one of London’s finest covered markets and the only one which is set inside a World Heritage Site. Greenwich Market’s seven day bonanza brings you 120 stalls showing anything and everything including a delphic Palm Reader and a super-hip Hairdresser. Antiques and collectibles are the order of business at Greenwich MarketAntique days during the week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) are noticeably smaller than the busy weekends. However this doesn’t detract from the quality...

Lunch Break
7.1 miles11.4 km
Day 1 | FridayMon - Sat: 10:00 - 18:00

Grays Antique Centre

Antique Store

Located just five minutes from Selfridges, Grays Antique Centre offers an entertaining antique-hunting experience among more than 200 dealers selling everything from artefacts to vintage clothes. The emphasis of Grays Antique Centre is very much on antique silver, watches and jewellery but there are a number of stalls that specialize in militaria, porcelain and general antiques (Downstairs has amazing vintage clothing and costume jewellery). Prices at Grays Antique Centre are really high compared to a..

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