For adventurous fashion, vintage clothing, antiques, collectibles, jewellery, international food and more. Make sure to visit WORD, a shop in the Stables Market which sells unique scrabble art gift frames. Unit 844 Stables Market, Chalk Farn Road, NW1 8AH.
Camden market and stables corner are a part of London that truly doesn't sleep. Food, shopping and drinks Camden literally has it all. Away from the market are some fantastic restaurants and a cinema if you want to venture a little further
Lose hours wandering round the amazing markets. The boat ride from here to Maida Vale is also really nice to do
Mad, always fun, only a short tube ride away. Or take the bus to the canal and walk, it’s lovely!
Must visit if you’re a Camden town first timer. Great food, cool souvenir shops, nice bars, beautiful walk by the canal.
Retro or vintage, goth or steampunk...Whatever your cup of tea is, you're bound to find something that tickles your fancy at the Camden markets. The Camden markets consist of six distinct markets in and around Camden Town, which are located near Camden Lock. The Camden markets draw in 100,000…
The capital's most fashionable addresses. The moment you step outside the tube station, Camden attacks the senses. Bass thumps, scent of street food, goths, punks, pushers and tourists. Lots of party
Camden Market is a diverse community of creative sellers, street food traders and independent stores next to the Regent's Canal. Open every day, we have over 1,000 places to shop, eat, drink and dance in our historic Central London location.
Late nights, food market, alternative life, vintage shops, food market, live music and everything else!
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