Markets

Once home to the world-famous fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden’s Apple Market continues to support market traders, offering a range of unique handmade crafts and goods throughout the week. From Tuesday to Sunday, the Apple Market is filled with handmade jewellery, prints, watercolours and beautiful crafts and every Monday, you’ll find one-off antiques and collectables.

Additionally, the East Colonnade Market is located on the east side of Covent Garden’s Market Building and is filled with handmade soaps, sweet treats and jewellery stalls.

The Markets of Covent Garden

Apple Market

Once home to the world-famous fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden’s Apple Market continues to support market traders, offering a range of unique handmade crafts and goods throughout the week. From Tuesday to Sunday, the Apple Market is filled with handmade jewellery, prints, watercolours and beautiful crafts and every Monday, you’ll find one-off antiques and collectables.

East Colonnade Market

The East Colonnade Market is located on the east side of Covent Garden’s Market Building and is filled with handmade soaps, sweet treats and jewellery stalls.

Jubilee Market

The Jubilee Hall, which houses the market, was built in 1904, and gained Grade 2 listed status in 1980. The restoration of the building began in 1985, driven by the former CEO Ray Green. The market was officially opened by the Queen in 1987.

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