Borough Market

Borough Market map
Address:
Borough Market, 8 Southwark Street, Southwark SE1 1TL
Tel:
0207 407 1002
Web:
boroughmarket.org.uk

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
10 AM to 5 PM (Mon-Thu); 10 AM to 6 PM (Fri); 8 AM to 5 PM (Sat); Note: The full market only operates between Wed-Sat. Mon-Tue has a reduced number of stalls
Visiting hours are subject to change
Time required:
A typical visit to Borough Market lasts 15 mins (but more if you plan to stop and eat) (approx)

Getting to Borough Market

Parking:
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Taxis:
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Buses:
43, 141, 149, 521, RV1
Bus tickets 2019
Trains:
Borough NRN, Cannon Street CRC DSC, London Bridge JUB NRN, Monument CRC DSC
The nearest train station to Borough Market is London Bridge
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Craig’s London blog> Read Craig’s review of Borough Market  Check out my London blog for a full review, with photos

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Borough Market may be the oldest fruit and veg market in London, dating back to a map in 1542.

Records from a century later fix its position to what is now Borough High Street, but by 1754 it had become so popular that all the traffic around was getting blocked, so a decision was taken to move it into Stoney Street near Southwark Cathedral.

The food stalls on display are of rather high-quality, and have been lauded by the likes of Jamie Oliver. Many of the stalls have gourmet food to sample, and there are a number of good cafés around if you want something more substantial.

 
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If you enjoy this then try: Borough (you can walk it in 7 mins); Leadenhall Market (walk it in 14 mins or catch a train from London Bridge to Bank) and Southwark (you can walk it 10 mins).

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