The best flea markets in London
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If you’re making steps toward a more sustainable lifestyle, shopping second-hand is a great way to reduce your impact on the planet. At these flea markets in London you can shop for stylish, unique and one-of-a-kind pre-loved items. From vintage fashion to antique furniture, you’ll find it all and so much more at a flea market!
Get ready for a rummage at these flea markets in North London.
Crammed with outdoor market stalls, cafes, bars, pubs, and vintage and antique shops, Camden Passage in Islington is a pedestrianised hidden gem just waiting to be explored. Rifle through the stalls to get your hands on anything from second-hand books and records to vintage clothing, bric-a-brac and homewares.
Location: Islington, N1 8EA
Mingle with Stoke Newington’s hippest residents at Hackney Flea Market. You’ll find an eclectic variety of wares – from the regular stallholders who make a living selling vintage, retro and antique goods, to those who are having a clear-out and want to make a few extra quid on the side.
Location: Stoke Newington, N16 0AS
Retro, vintage and antiques galore in East London’s market stalls.
Although the many smallholders will attest this isn’t really a flea market, Broadway Market’s impressive vintage rails and vinyl stalls certainly deserve a mention. Good luck making your way past the other stalls without stopping to sample some delicious street food or pick up a new houseplant!
Location: Hackney, E8 4QJ
The market on Kingsland Road specialises in vintage and second-hand clothing, retro and antique goods and bric-a-brac. It’s the place to go to pick up quirky and unique home décor and smaller pieces of furniture like coffee tables and display cabinets. Hire a Zipcar Flex to get your new buys home in one piece!
Location: Dalston, E8 4AA
Brick Lane is vintage-lover’s dream, and Brick Lane’s Sunday UpMarket is no exception, with clothing, accessories, homeware and much more from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. If you love rifling through racks of clothing and boxes of junk to find hidden treasures, this is the London flea market for you.
Location: Spitalfields, E1 6QR
Second hand treasure awaits south of the river.
From china and silverware to paintings, postcards and jewellery, wandering around this antique market in Bermondsey will have you feeling like you’ve stepped back in time to a bygone era. There are plenty of collectibles to admire, and many decent bargains too if you’re willing to haggle!
Location: Bermondsey, SE1 3UN
If you’re a fan of vintage and second-hand, but you’re not keen on rummaging through piles of tat to find it, then head to the Vinegar Yard by London Bridge. Flea condenses all that is good about flea markets, bringing you a curated collection of clothing, furniture, books, vinyl, homeware and accessories in one place.
Location: London Bridge, SE1 3QU
This recently regenerated public space fills with local traders selling anything from plants and crafts to assorted clothing, home décor, kitchen appliances, vintage items and more. Deptford Market Yard a friendly and vibrant affair, with the cafes and bars looking onto the yard serving food and drinks al fresco.
Location: Deptford, SE8 4BX
World-famous and super-sized markets – it must be West London.
With over 700 traders both inside and outside, this market at Sandown Racecourse is a paradise for lovers of vintage and antique furniture. From mid-century chic armchairs to ornate four-poster beds, the chances are you’ll need to hire a van to bring home your one-of-a-kind purchases.
Location: Esher, KT10 9AJ
The world’s largest and best antique flea market snakes its way along the colourful Portobello Road so far that you’ll need to commit a whole day if you want to examine every stall! Instead most people make a beeline for the antiques section, the fashion market, the second-hand goods or the hot food stalls depending what they’re hoping to find.
Location: Notting Hill, W11 1LT
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