Broadway Market

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Place To See


A working Victorian street market in Hackney, north London, which has hosted traders since the 1890s.

Insider Tip

If you’ve got a sweet tooth that needs satisfying, grab a handmade Crosstown Doughnut from their stall. Or, in the summer, a tub of something cold and creamy from Nonna’s Gelato really hits the spot.

Travel + Leisure
Broadway Market began in 1900, when Fred Cooke took to the streets to sell his jellied eels, but it wasn't until 2004 that it evolved into its current iteration. View full review from Travel + Leisure
Come here for atmosphere and people watching: By the week’s end the market fills with stylish Londoners picking among the smorgasbord of international street food on offer. View full review from Departures
This parade of shops in hipster-centric Hackney (north of Regent's Canal) is worth visiting for the specialty bookshops, independent boutiques, organic cafés, neighborhood restaurants, and even a traditional (but now rare) pie-and-mash shop View full review from Fodor's
Address: Broadway Market, London E8, UK