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  • Camden Market is waiting to be explored!
  • Fashion statements in arrival!!
  • Dragons, goths, and cyberpunks gather above the shops as you pass by!
  • All aboard the Jenny Wren, there's always time for a canal trip up the Regent's canal.
  • Exit West Yard and walk up to where the boat people live (watch out for the Pirates at the Castle!)
  • Keep on walking to reach London's famous Zoo!
  • Or for something cheaper, but just as breathtaking - enjoy the views from Primrose Hill.
  • It's all within walking distance at London's Camden Market.

Visitor Information

Getting to Camden Market

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Camden Market is at a major junction for North London, and this means that it is very well served by public transport. Camden is in Zone 2 and for visitors can purchase a travel card (from newsagents and tube stations), which will allow easier travel around London's transport network for a day.

Interactive Map

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Camden Market is huge!! In a day you can cover it all really well.
Explore the market with the interactive map.

Points of Interest near Camden Market

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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.

Camden Market - a brief history

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Camden Market is one of London's most popular weekend tourist attractions, offering fashion and crafts; a mix of people and foods from every corner of the world. The area has been made famous by films such as 'Withnail & I', pop icons 'Madness' & Oasis, and historic writers such as George Orwell, Mary Shelley and Charles Dickens.

Primrose Hill, London

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Primrose Hill is regarded as one of the most beautiful viewpoints in North London. Not just because of it's almost 360° degree viewpoint over the city of because of the scale of panorama it offers, But because when you find yourself at its summit it's a view that takes the "Urban-ness" out of London. For although London has become more developed, Primrose Hill, set in the middle of its park grounds, preserves itself as a capsule of London 100 years ago.