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7 brilliant markets in London – Duck Pond Markets

At the Market

Read why you should visit Duck Pond Markets.

Looking to visit markets in London? This blog has details of 7 brilliant markets in London – all brought to you by Duck Pond Markets!

What makes Duck Pond so great?

What makes Duck Pond Markets so unique is that they combine the magic of a festival atmosphere with interesting arts, crafts and homewares in each of their marketplaces. You can be sure that everything you buy at Duck Pond Market comes from ‘a good place’, with a strong focus on sustainability and providing ethical produce for everyone to buy.

London is full of quirky and unique markets, but Duck Pond provide 7 brilliant markets in London largely due to their focus and promise of sustainability and consumer ethics.

We are local, sustainable and ethical, and each of our markets comes in a beautiful setting. Come and see for yourself!

Duck Pond offer more than just markets – click here to view their website and find out more about their organisation.

7 brilliant markets in London

Duck Pond offer these below and more…

Fulham Cross Girls’ School

The latest addition to the Duck Pond roster, Extraordinary Artisans at Fulham Cross Girls’ School is packed with street food, coffee and artisan crafts on a three-month trial basis this May, June and July! Pop along if you want to support it and see it become a more regular occurrence.

There may also be face painting, live music and Lego if you’re lucky!

Richmond Artisan Market

Tucked away in Heron Square, Richmond Artisan Market takes place every weekend, so there are lots of chances to catch this fantastic event.

On sunny days the riverside gets packed with people, each enjoying the beautiful setting right on the Thames river. If you love people-watching as much as we do, this is a great spot – and you might even see a celeb or two.

You can also rent a bike, a rowing boat, or take a cruise down to Hampton Court or Kingston if you want to make a day of it once you have browsed the market – there’s so many options, and London will be at its best this summer!

Harrow Artisan Food & Craft Market

Headstone Museum is the home of this market, with food producers, crafters and other ethical businesses gathering to offer great food and lovely crafts throughout the year. Click here for full details.

Hammersmith Artisan Market at Riverside Studios

This monthly market takes place at a venue perched right on the river; Riverside Studios.

Again, jam-packed with ethical, sustainable businesses, you can soak up the atmosphere in a super-cool venue with super-cool traders!

Click here for full details.

Chiswick House & Gardens Artisan Market

The perfect way to spend your weekend, this monthly market offers a host of brilliant local, ethical, sustainable and independent businesses, where you can shop in the great outdoors.

Shop for gifts, crafts and plans, enjoy street food and stop at the cafe afterwards for cake. There’s always something new to discover! Click here for full details.

Duck Pond Market at Lauderdale House, Highgate

Head to Highgate to find plenty of crafts, food, gifts, vintage wares, homewares and clothing, from local food producers and ethical businesses at the Duck Pond Market at Lauderdale House.

Another glorious venue, Lauderdale House is a 15th century property at the south end of Highgate High Street, set in Waterlow Park. Next door is the famous Highgate Cemetery, which is also worth a stroll through to spot the famous tombstones, so you can really make a day of it.

Ruislip Artisan & Ruislip Foodie Market

Duck Pond Markets have created two whole markets in Ruislip; Ruislip Foodie Market and Ruislip Artisan Market respectively.

They are both held at the Manor Farm venue, which is a conservation and heritage site near to the end of the Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Central tube lines – making it easy to access via public transport and a great day out!

Make a day of it

At Duck Pond’s markets you’ll find food to eat right there are well as food to take home for later, from weekend treats to traditional grub. It’s easy to meet friends or take the family, and keep everyone entertained.

And of course, there’s plenty of other activities to do in London!

Of course, there are more than just 7 brilliant markets in London! As well as the lovely Duck Pond ones listed above, take a look at what else is coming up…

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Blog created in May 2024 – for the latest Duck Pond events, click here.