The famous Portobello Road Antiques Market

Address:
Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
20th October 2018 28th December 2019 The famous antiques market only operates on Saturdays, but a normal market runs Monday to Friday
There are no stalls at all on Sunday
Stalls are usually open between 8.30 AM and 4 PM, but some of them may choose to open and close at slightly different times
Tickets & Cost:
Free to walk and browse around
See portobelloroad.co.uk for more information

Getting to Portobello Road

Driving:
Petrol stations and car parks near Portobello Road
Taxis:
Taxi companies near Portobello Road
Buses:
7, 12, 23, 27, 28, 31, 52, 70, 94, 328, 452 – London bus tickets
Trains:
Ladbroke Grove CRC H&C, Westbourne Park CRC H&C
The closest station to Portobello Road is Notting Hill Gate
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Hotels:
Hotels near Portobello Road

Portobello Road is probably the most famous antiques market in Britain, and attracts visitors from all over the world for its unrivalled collection of goods. 100,000 people turn up every Saturday to enjoy the hustle, bustle and busy energy of a packed-out market.

You can find items from a few quid each to ones worth several thousand pounds.

The famous antiques market only operates on Saturdays, but you can enjoy a normal street market between Monday and Friday (food, clothes, etc). Most of the stalls are set up by 8 or 9 AM and close between 4 and 5 PM. We recommend getting there between 10 AM and 1 PM for the best experience.

It begins where Chepstow Villas crosses Portobello Road, and ends at Elgin Crescent -- half-a-mile further down the road. The road is full of very colourful shopfronts -- it reminds us a bit of Camden. In fact, you might want to try Camden Market as well, especially Stables Market.

 

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