Greenwich market: From Batman to Boutique

By BzSarah 13 Sep 2016

Where can you go to talk to a philosopher, eat some Brazilian crunchy doughnuts or browse through a lifetime worth of comic books all in the same place?

Greenwich Market - that's where!

Just a stone's throw away from the University and DLR station, Greenwich market is the place to be to find cuisine from all over the word, vintage accessories, and loads of arts and crafts from all sorts of designers.

The market is one of the oldest in the UK, first established in 1737 exclusively for meat and veg and evolving into a specialist designer and craft market in 1985, with a 1000 year Royal Charter.

If you fancy a bargain or a bit of bartering for some hidden gems then it's definitely worth checking out! Best of all the market is open seven days a week, with a different theme of arts and food every day.

Photography by Bill Wu


BzSarah is part of the browzer.co.uk team and plays the saxophone.
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