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  • Andrew A
    Althorne, UK400 contributions
    Visited before christmas. Very festive, beautifully decorated and a real Christmas vibe. First weekend in December and already quite busy but just added to the atmosphere. Long queues for hot food but such an amazing choice and all looked good value.
    Written 3 December 2022
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  • Jo K
    Worcester, UK6,499 contributions
    Oh my, the Xmas 🎄 lights are just beautiful. The tree 🌲 is definitely better than Trafalgar Square. Xmas market is fantastic.
    Written 8 December 2022
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  • TheBlondeMagpie
    Huddersfield, UK347 contributions
    A hub for street food and artisans and shopping! So much to see and do. Perfect for not on the high street clothing and accessories!
    Written 21 November 2022
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  • Jo K
    Worcester, UK6,499 contributions
    Just love the Xmas 🎄 displays. I haven’t been in for around 10 years. Xmas 🤶 world was very small. We took a ride up the Egyptian staircase and lifts to beauty and toys 🧸.
    Written 8 December 2022
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  • catkid3
    Victoria, Australia42 contributions
    Bedknobs and Broomsticks says it best: "Anything and everything a chap can unload is sold off the barrow in Portobello Road."
    The market is MUCH larger than we initially thought, and as we were on a time crunch we didn't get to see all of it, but you could easily spend 3-4 hours exploring; we visited on a Saturday, which is the busiest day of the week and best time to see everything. Some items were overpriced and some stalls were full of rubbish, but that's to be expected at any market. We found some great bargains and came away satisfied.
    If you're not a fan of giant crowds, try to get here when the market opens at 9 and start making your way through; the large crowds didn't really start to form until after 10:30-11am. There are a couple of public toilets available that are free to use and various ATMs scattered around, though there were always big queues for these, so only use if desperately needed. There are signs everywhere warning of pickpockets, so make sure you've always got a grip on your bag and keep your phone/wallet away when not needed!
    Written 30 November 2022
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  • anneworton
    1 contribution
    Lots to eat, amazing selection, friendly, welcoming, buzzing with activity. Thursday antiques market a must.
    Toilets in need of gutting & not enough for the size of the market
    Written 26 November 2022
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  • Jamie P
    Bray, Ireland1 contribution
    Laura Lees Morgan - Silver jewellery stand

    I adore Laura’s jewellery - I’ve purchased multiple custom made rings from her, absolutely love her. 5 stars, 10 out of 10
    Written 4 December 2022
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  • Sylvia R
    7 contributions
    Nice place to shop. Has the same shopping center atmosphere most malls do. Very interesting to see shops we don't have at home.
    Written 3 December 2022
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  • LSUGirl
    Dallas, TX155 contributions
    Perhaps one of the under-rated markets in London. It is not busy, but the architecture is beautiful. Not many stores, but there are pubs and tea to enjoy.
    Written 24 October 2022
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  • TerSag
    Bury St. Edmunds, UK903 contributions
    It's a gigantic shopping mall and has good parking, for accessing the shops and the to other parts of London by tube. Perfect for our visit to the Velodrome.
    Written 6 December 2022
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  • pretty-in-pink11
    UK16 contributions
    Lovely to browse the flower stalls but it does get very busy! Be prepared for crowds.

    I found the plants great value for money but the cut fresh flowers are expensive in my opinion.
    Written 13 November 2022
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  • Museuman
    London, UK18 contributions
    Since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, The Queen's Gallery has become a more poignant place. A surprising exhibition that continues there is "Japan: Courts and Culture". The British Royal Family has been collecting Japanese works of art for a long time. There has also been an occasional kinship between these two island nations, although their shared history hasn’t always been happy. As few of those who fought in the Second World War are still living, attention can revert to the more productive partnership of the First World War. On that occasion Japan was an ally of the UK in the war against Germany.

    Despite one or two omissions, the Royal Collection has ended up with a glorious diversity of Japan’s greatest aesthetic triumphs. From the huge screens that provided privacy and colour in drab and draughty samurai castles, to the tiniest netsuke toggles, the full spectrum of Japanese art is on display. Among the less obvious elements, presumably because they were low-budget disposable merchandise, are the ukiyo-e woodblock prints that fascinated the likes of Van Gogh and Monet.

    Japan: Courts and Culture is an assemblage with a regal flavour. As with the concept of monarchy itself, this exhibition takes the long view – and there is no country with a longer dynastic history than Japan.
    Written 9 October 2022
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  • Brianthelion
    Birmingham, UK2,322 contributions
    Lots of choice and appeared very popular. Not the cheapest but looked to be some good value choices.
    My burger was very good and I don’t eat burgers very often so it had to be!
    I’d come back if in the area again and would prefer to eat here than Borough market.
    Written 23 October 2022
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  • Ian B
    3 contributions
    We just dropped in as we’d heard good things about this market. We’re so pleased we did. Great food and lovely community of traders and local customers. The real deal. We will come again. X
    Written 16 June 2022
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  • tony l
    Vancouver, Canada3,114 contributions
    Is located on the South Bank of the River Thomas ,lively relax place to eat and shop not too crowed , vert interesting building full of character past and present . must visit and, beautiful views of the river .
    Written 12 November 2022
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