South London Markets in London
South London has many Markets, some covered, outdoor and street markets. Many of them have specialty of selling a particular type of product or they sell different products on different days.
Right from food to clothes to jewellery, one can find everything in markets situated in South London. There are various markets in South London including Bermondsey Market that specialize in selling antiques and jewellery, with the market opening on Fridays only from 0500 hours to 1400 hours.
The Gabrie Wharf Market is exclusively for those who love art & crafts and stylish attires. It offers arts, crafts, jewellery and clothing. Subsequently, one can shop for arts and crafts, antiques and collectables in the Greenwich Market other than the Brixton Arts and Craft Market, which is also there that opens every Sunday of the month, focusing on design makers and artists.
For food lovers, there are plenty of markets available, offering a variety of different kinds of cuisine. Many can visit the Borough Market, one of the city’s oldest and largest covered fine food and wholesale market. It is located under the railway and is best known for its variety and quality food products. One can find everything here; right from meat to fish, array of different bread and chesses, olives and nuts as well as all sorts of deserts, confectionery, organic fruits and vegetables. Other food markets offering variety of food items includes Brixton Market, that offers tropical fish, halal meats, spices, classic Latin American street snacks with guarana soft drinks. This market remains open from 1000 hours to 1800 hours. Other interesting markets that are also worth visiting include the Brixton Indoor Market, the Dutwich Farmers Market and the West Norwood Feast.
For cloths, accessories and other products, the East Street market also known as The Lane or East Lane offers clothes, shoes, cosmetics, perfume, CDs, DVDs and other household products.