Camden Market Opening Times
If you are looking for the times that you will find Camden Market open, then you are in the right place!
ARRIVING BY UNDERGROUND
Everyone does it but probably the least best way to arrive at the market, chaos, confusion and then spat out on the road for a complete onslaught of the senses!
Coming by Tube provides the most direct way to arrive at Camden Market. It’s also the most crowded. If you suffer from claustraphobia and you are visiting at the weekend, you should consider another way. There are two underground stations at which to get off, Camden Town and Chalk Farm Road, both of which are on the Northern Line. An alternative point to get off is Mornington Crescent, but there is 10 minute walk before you reach the markets. Come by Tube if you like a Rugby scrum.
ARRIVING BY BUS
Camden has an extensive range of bus stops which will carry people in from most parts of London. Here is a list of the bus routes and locations from which they part.
Kings Cross Station: 214
Liverpool Street: 214
Euston Station: 168, 253
Victoria Station: 24
Leicester Square: 24, 29
Trafalgar Square: 24, 29
Oxford Street: 274
Marble Arch: 274
London Planetarium: 27
Tate Gallery: 88
Clapham Common: 88
Elephant & Castle: 168
Notting Hill Gate &
Portobello Road: 27, 31
ARRIVING BY CAR (CRAZY)
Camden Market is not in the congestion zone but don’t come by car unless you absolutely have to. Camden is famous for its efficient and effective traffic wardens and spaces are few and far between. If you are thinking about doing this, consult Camden Council’s website all about parking. Most pay and display ticket machines have a time limit of 3 hours and that means having to come back – mid-shop – to get a new one. That’s of course assuming you can find a parking bay vacant (nb. only bays marked with a sign “pay and display” are designated areas, the sign for residents parking is very similar, be careful to check this before leaving your car).
Top Tip: Combine Camden Market with London Zoo, the car park at the Zoo is 10 minutes walk from Camden and your parking is valid for the whole day. If you plan a trip to the Zoo in the morning, Camden Market can be explored in the afternoon.
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The Regent’s Canal Waterbus leaves from Little Venice and brings you down to Camden Market. this is the most memorable and pleasant way to arrive at the market. You’ll pass London Zoo, see the backs of some of amazing houses of Primrose Hill and arrive ready to take on the market and feel as though you’ve arrived in the most peaceful manner.