There's lots to do besides visiting the market, here' a list of places that you might visit as part of your trip to Camden.
Go wild with the animals at the World's oldest and most famous scientific Zoo, opened in 1828. See Lions, Crocodiles, Monkey's, Elephants and other animals that total a collection of more than 700 different species and 15,000 individuals. It's a short 10 minute walk from Camden Town tube station. visit the website
Resurrected from disrepair, the Camden Roundhouse is a wonderful creative arts centre on the Chalk Farm Road. If you're going to be staying in the Camden area overnight, it's well worth seeing what's being shown at the Roundhouse. see what's on now
What used to house the local branch of Barclays Bank in 1990 was transformed and now is one of North London's premier soul and rhythmic music venues.What's unique about the venu is that it also has a restaurant and so you can make an advance booking and watch a Jazz or soul concert while eating and enjoying your food. Fantastic! see the tickets currently on sale
It's name taken from the Victorian businessman that, in keeping with the tradition of the time, wrote his name on his building, this is now the home to a restaurant, bar and the main venue itself (also forms part of Jongleurs Comedy Club). For information on up and coming events visit their website
Located just under the World's End pub opposite Camden Town tube station, the Underworld plays to more of an independent and alternative music crowd and has been the launching pad for many well known groups, such as Alabama 3, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and J Mascis to name but a few. It generally opens when the pub closes and goes through to the early hours. For information on up and coming events visit their website
A music/bar/club style venue attracting a young crowd, right in the Camden Lock market area. It's been around for a lot of years and sits opposite Dingwalls. Expect a fun night, with plenty of drinking and good music. For more information on what's on visit the website
Take a trip up the Regent's Canal on board the historic Jenny Wren Narrowboat. A great morning or afternoon to be enjoyed by the family. Going up and down the locks is an experience all family members are sure to enjoy. For more information visit the website