Brick Lane Market – East London’s Famous 5 Markets

(Last Updated On: September 18, 2022)

Brick Lane Market is a market made up of five smaller markets, all located around East London.

The market has become well known for the amazing street art, delicious food options, vintage clothing stores, one-of-a-kind trinkets, and independent stores.

Ever since the 1990s, Brick Lane has been the cultural hub of London.

With antiques, kitsch collectibles, gorgeous textiles, and gourmet cuisine available from street vendors, the market is popular for its bric-a-brac and bargains.

The Old Truman Brewery Market, which was formerly a brewery and now serves as a creative center for merchants, pop-up shops, and restaurants.

As you visit Brick Lane Market and stroll down the lovely cobbled street lined with stalls, you’ll notice a great atmosphere and the smell of street food spices.

Brick Lane Markets

Brick Lane Markets

The Backyard Market

Find more than 80 local arts and crafts stalls at the Backyard Market, all within a bright and welcoming warehouse environment.

You can explore different retail outlets like cafes, boutiques, and jewellery designers to wall artisans, all under one roof.

This is the perfect place to support young artists and designers in your community!

The Backyard Market is the perfect place to find fresh, organic produce and meats. The market is open every Saturday from 11 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.

The Boiler House

food stalls brick lane market

The Boiler House, which is located at the Truman Brewery and serves as both a prominent London historical landmark and a popular Brick Lane food hall, is home to over 30 international cuisine stands.

During hot summers, sit outside in the beer garden or cozy up inside around the lounge bar while chilly winters pass by.

You can pick from a variety of dishes such as Mexican, Asian, Polish, Italian, Korean and much more. Sit outside in the beer garden or relax indoors around the lounge bar throughout the cold winter months.

Every Sunday, the Boiler House food hall is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Sunday UpMarket

Sunday UpMarket

The Sunday UpMarket in London has drawn thousands of visitors since it began in 2004.

The market is a great place for young artists and designers to sell their creations.

Many tourists choose to take an local food tour of the East End to learn about different cuisines and cultures.

One of the best things about this market is that many of the items for sale are one-of-a-kind and made by the stallholder themselves.

My favorite part of the Sunday UpMarket is the food stalls.

Throughout the market you’ll find a range of different food options from unique street food, to deserts and fresh produce.

You’ll find delicious fried plantains, Spanish paellas, hand-rolled sushi, ‘International coffees’ and numerous other delectable treats while you’re here exploring.

The Sunday UpMarket has opening hours of 10am to 5pm.

The Vintage Market

shopping vintage brick lane market

The Brick Lane Market has become a go-to for many people looking for trendy vintage style clothing and other interesting items. With a wide variety of stalls to browse, you’re sure to find something perfect for yourself or as a gift. You can find everything from 90s sportswear to60s shirts, Levi’s jeans, and Penny Lane coats.

This place is perfect for anyone looking to find old records, as well as stylish and retro accessories. Give yourself time to explore so you don’t miss anything!

You can find the Vintage Market open from 11am to 6pm on Fridays and Satudays. The market is also open on Sundays from 10am to 5pm.

The Tea Rooms

The Tea Rooms indoor market sells, unsurprisingly, teas and coffees. It was originally named for these beverages.

However, the market also offers a range of other items, including collectables, handmade products and antiques.

The Vintage Emporium, located in the Tea Rooms, offers a variety of vintage clothing items, homeware and accessories.

The Tea Room Brick Lane is open on Saturdays from 11 am to 6 pm, and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.

How to get to Brick Lane Market?

how to get to brick lane market

Both Aldgate East and Aldgate tube station are around a 10 minute walk away from Brick Lane Market. Aldgate East uses the Hammersmith & City Line.

You can also walk from Shoreditch High Street station which uses the Overground and a 13 minute walk.

Liverpool Street Station is the next nearest tube station at a 19 minute walk.

FAQ

What days is Brick Lane market open?

Brick Lane Market is open everyday from 9am to 5pm.

Individual markets may only be open on the weekends or specific days.

What is Brick Lane market famous for?

Brick Lane Market is famous for the amazing curry houses and street food options, as well as vintage clothes and antique furniture offered on the weekends.

Is Brick Lane Good for shopping?

Brick Lane is a great place to shop, it has great food stalls whilst having a variety of shopping options from vintage fashion to emerging designers.

What tube stop is Brick Lane Market?

The closest tube stop to Brick Lane Market is Aldgate East on the Hammersmith & City line.

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  • Hey there! My name is Tamara, welcome to my little world! I’m a 20-something-year-old from Toronto, Canada (though I’m rarely there) and I’m super passionate about exploring the world, photography, and cooking delicious plant-based recipes. I created this blog to share my favorite places, adventures, restaurants, accommodations, and travel tips with all of you and keep a bit of a travel diary for myself.

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