- 1 What day is Borough Market Open?
- 2 What is the best day to go to Borough Market?
- 3 Is Borough Market open during lockdown?
- 4 Why is Borough Market closed on Sunday?
- 5 Can you eat at Borough Market?
- 6 Is Maltby Street Market open during lockdown?
- 7 Is Borough Market cash only?
- 8 What should I buy at Borough Market?
- 9 What tube station is Borough Market?
- 10 Does Borough Market have toilets?
- 11 What markets are open in London during lockdown?
- 12 Is anything open in London?
- 13 What stalls are at Borough Market?
- 14 Is Bury Market on today?
- 15 Is Camden market open during lockdown?
What day is Borough Market Open?
We are open Monday to Saturday and closed on public holidays. Not all of the traders are present on all days currently, but there is still plenty of choice throughout the week. The full market is in operation Thursday to Saturday.
What is the best day to go to Borough Market?
The best time to visit is between 10am to midday Wednesday to Friday; and 8am to midday on Saturday. Yes, Saturdays are the liveliest, but also the most crowded. Alternatively, go at around 4pm.
Is Borough Market open during lockdown?
Borough Market remains open as an essential retailer, with social distancing measures in place.
Why is Borough Market closed on Sunday?
It is pretty much closed during the week! Re Sundays, presumably it’s a licensing issue, though also the difficulties of Sunday travel for some traders might be a factor.
Can you eat at Borough Market?
There is a very nice line up of street food options along the outside wall of the market. There are probably about 10 stalls there, where you can stand in line for a sandwich or take-away plate of food. A few more street food options can be found throughout the market.
Is Maltby Street Market open during lockdown?
Maltby Street Market Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm.
Is Borough Market cash only?
Mostly cash but there are plenty of ATM’s around the market. You will be better off just using cash.
What should I buy at Borough Market?
16 reasons to visit the Borough Markets of London
- Fresh produce.
- Duck confit.
What tube station is Borough Market?
The nearest stations are London Bridge, Borough and Southwark. The nearest station is London Bridge, which is about a four-minute walk away. You can reach Borough Market via routes 43, 141, 149 and 521.
Does Borough Market have toilets?
Public toilets (including accessible toilets ) are open during trading hours for customer use, located in Three Crown Square, Borough Market Kitchen and the Market Hall.
What markets are open in London during lockdown?
Coronavirus/Covid: Markets are allowed to remain open in Lockdown for essential services which includes groceries and takeaway food.
- Borough Market.
- Maltby St Market (Ropewalk)
- Camden Market.
- Southbank Centre Food Market.
- KERB – King’s Cross.
- Picadilly Market at St James’s Church.
- Partridges Food Market.
- Whitecross St Market.
Is anything open in London?
You can now visit COVID-secure shops, supermarkets, pharmacies, garden centres and market stalls again. All non-essential shops in London may now reopen following the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
What stalls are at Borough Market?
- Alpine Deli. Charcuterie from South Tyrol.
- Alsop & Walker. Cheeses from East Sussex.
- Applebee’s Fish. Fishmongers and cafe.
- Applebee’s Fishbox. Grilled seafood tortillas, skewers and kebabs.
- Arabica Bar & Kitchen. Middle Eastern meze and Levantine-inspired cocktails.
- Arabica To Go.
- Artisan du Chocolat.
- Artisan Foods.
Is Bury Market on today?
Open on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9am to 4.30pm, except Saturday when open until 5pm. Please note Bury Market does not open on Bank Holiday Mondays or on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Is Camden market open during lockdown?
Camden markets Our markets remain open as part of our commitment to helping you support your local economy and shop for essentials in a safe, outdoor, environment. We have supported our traders in continuing to trade, provided that they are able to meet the COVID-19 secure guidelines to protect shoppers and workers.