Markets in West London

Markets in West London

From farmers’ markets, cheese markets and street food markets to flower markets and antiques and vintage markets, there is an abundance of markets in West London.

Whether you’re looking for fresh produce, a bite to eat, a unique gift or a bargain, you’re sure to find it at one of these markets. So why not plan a visit and see what the markets in West London have to offer?

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Markets in Hammersmith

Hammersmith Food Market

Lyric Square

Every Thursday

Hammersmith Food Market has gained immense popularity among visitors and commuters, offering a diverse range of fresh, affordable and ethically sourced food. Expect to find handmade pasta dishes, salads, crepes, falafels and a selection of world cuisines, as well as pastries and cakes.

Also for those looking for something different and tasty for lunch, Hammersmith Food Market has a wide range of delicacies from Thai, Filipino and Caribbean cuisines.

World Food Market

Lyric Square

Every Friday

The World Food Market in Hammersmith attracts hundreds of hungry shoppers, workers and residents every Friday, offering cuisines from around the world.

From paella and rice bowls to delectable dumplings and noodles, as well as a tempting selection of freshly baked bread, pastries, and cakes, the market has plenty to choose from.

Duck Pond Market Pop Up

Riverside Studios

Fourth Sunday of every month

The Duck Pond Market is an ethical and sustainable market bursting with independent crafters, food producers and small businesses selling to the local community.

With the market being held at Riverside Studios, an independent cinema, theatre and restaurant, those wishing to make a day of it can watch a film, admire the art exhibition in the foyer, or dine in the comfortable cafe and bar after visiting the market.

Markets in Shepherd’s Bush

Shepherd’s Bush Market

Goldhawk Road

Monday – Saturday

Shepherd’s Bush Market has a rich history dating back to the early 1900s and has been a popular shopping destination for generations of Londoners.

Today, it is a vibrant and diverse market in West London, offering a wide range of goods, from clothing, fabrics and electronics to fresh produce. The market is also home to several food stalls, serving food from all corners of the world.

Markets in Chiswick

The Food Market

Old Market Drive

Every Sunday

Come rain or shine, The Food Market Chiswick is open, hosting producers from around the UK selling everything from fresh farm produce, fish, cheese, olives, artisan cakes and bakes, plus a range of ready-to-eat food.

Established in 1999 to provide high-quality seasonal foods to locals and increase farmer’s incomes, The Chiswick Food Market is an ideal place to do your weekly shop, meet the farmers, fishermen, growers and bakers, and ask anything about their produce.

It is a social enterprise with proceeds from running the market invested in improving and maintaining Dukes Meadows Park.

Markets in West London

Duck Pond Market

Chiswick House and Gardens

First Sunday of the month

As you walk down the picturesque driveway of Chiswick House and Gardens, you will come across the vibrant and bustling Duck Pond Market. The market is home to a variety of local ethical and sustainable independent businesses, selling unique gifts, crafts, plants and delicious food.

Spend your day browsing through all that the Duck Pond Market has to offer, indulging in delicious street food and strolling through the grounds at Chiswick House and Gardens.

Markets in West London, Duck Pond Market

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Chiswick Flower Market

Chiswick High Road

First Sunday of the month

Launched in 2020 by a team of residents, the Chiswick Flower Market has quickly become one of the most popular flower markets in West London. It is known for its lively atmosphere, vibrant colours and the irresistible fragrance of fresh flowers that fill the air.

The market is filled with colourful stalls and bunting, and features an impressive selection of traders, selling everything from flowers, bouquets, dried flowers, houseplants and terrariums to bulbs, bedding plants, shrubs and small trees.

As a community interest company, any profits made are invested back into the market and Chiswick High Road. One such investment is the redesigning and replanting of the flower beds that border the Old Market Place, which is a testament to their commitment to the community.

Markets in West London

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Antiques and Vintage Market

Chiswick High Road

Second Sunday of the month

The Chiswick Antiques and Vintage Market is a treasure trove of antiques and second-hand gems at great prices.

From vintage clothes and jewellery to paintings, embroidered postcards, classic vinyl records, antique silverware and furniture, there’s plenty to browse through.

Chiswick Cheese Market

Chiswick High Road

Third Sunday of the month

If you love cheese, then the Chiswick Cheese Market is a must-visit destination for you.

This bustling market offers a wide selection of locally-made cheeses, alongside crackers, charcuterie, chutneys, cheese-related produce, kitchenalia and more.

The Chiswick Cheese Market is not just a place to buy cheese, it’s also a place to meet the cheese-makers and learn about the cheese-making process and the stories behind each business.

Profits from the market are used to help new cheesemongers, to sponsor events in the cheese world and to support local charities.

Chiswick Cheese Market

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Food St Market

Old Market Place

Fourth Sunday of the month

The Food Street is back – bigger and better – after Hounslow council agreed to triple the number of food trucks allowed to rattle their pots and pans at Old Market Place in Chiswick.

Run by the Food Street organisers, this vibrant market in West London celebrates the best of West London’s food scene, showcasing street food traders, restaurateurs, retailers, growers and producers alongside food demos, steel drum performances and more.

With a wonderful selection of fresh food stalls, including hand-made pasta, Japanese patisserie, vegan pates, soft and hard Italian cheeses, small batch, slow-roasted and tray-baked local granola with no preservatives, additives, refined sugar or salt, the Food St Market in Chiswick is a market not to miss.

Markets in West London

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Chiswick Car Boot Sale

Chiswick School

First Sunday of the month

If you’re looking for a bargain, head to Chiswick Car Boot Sale.

With an eclectic mix of stalls on offer selling everything from clothes, furniture, toys plants, and more, there is plenty to browse through. You never know what treasures you might find.

Entry to this West London market costs £1 and all proceeds go to the Chiswick School Parent Teachers Association.

Markets in West London

Portobello Market

Portobello Road

Monday – Saturday

Located in the heart of Notting Hill, Portobello Road Market is one of London’s most famous markets, hosting over 1,500 sellers from every corner of the world.

With a unique blend of vintage clothing, accessories, bric-a-brac, homeware, furniture and street food, Portobello Market is ideal for those who like shopping without knowing exactly what they’ll find.

So whether you want to find a bargain, grab a bite to eat with friends and family, or just fancy wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere, this is a market in West London to add to your list.

Market in West London, Portobello Market

Brook Green Market

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School

Every Saturday

Brook Green Market is a vibrant weekly market in the heart of West Kensington.

From fresh organic produce and flowers to independent homeware, boutique wine and craft alcohol, and international street food, the market offers a diverse range of products that you won’t typically find in supermarkets.

Besides being a foodie hub, the market boasts comfortable seating, music, and a playground for children, making it a perfect destination for the whole family.

Ealing Farmer’s Market

Leeland Road

Every Saturday

If you’re looking for markets in West London to support local farmers and producers while enjoying fresh and high-quality produce, the Ealing Farmer’s Market is one to add to your list.

This market has been running for over 20 years and offers a wide range of products, from everyday items like bread, cheese, and eggs, to organic meat, hand-made soups, honey, and more. You can also find prepared meals like pies and quiches to take home and enjoy.

North End Road Market

North End Road

Monday – Saturday

North End Road Market is one of West London’s most historic markets, selling a range of fresh fruit and vegetables, clothing, crafts, jewellery, home accessories, boutique fashion and art.

In addition to the stalls, there are also a number of hot and cold food stands from around the world, making it a great place to pick up some lunch or eat alfresco in the outdoor seating areas.

Acton Market

Acton Town Centre

Wednesday – Saturday

With a different set of stalls every day, there’s always something new to discover in this West London market. We outline what is on offer each day below:

Wednesday Market | A mixture of stalls selling fashion, household goods, jewellery, hot takeaways, and fresh produce.

Thursday Market | Stalls dedicated to homeware, clothing, shoes, and produce.

Friday Market | Stalls selling clothing, jewellery, hot food, fresh fruit and vegetables, and homeware.

Acton Market

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Market W3

Acton Town Centre

Every Saturday of the month

Saturday Market W3 is a sister market to Acton Market and offers a vibrant blend of stalls offering international homemade hot and cold food, fruit and vegetables, artisan bread and baked goods, clothing and sustainable and handmade products from local makers, crafters and producers.

Reduce and Recycle Hub

First Saturday of the month

On the first Saturday of the month at the Saturday Market W3, the Reduce and Recycle Hub, a lottery-funded project, runs alongside Acton Saturday Market W3. The hub encourages visitors to reduce waste, reuse items, and recycle properly.

The hub has a variety of stalls that enable visitors to bring along old or unloved items for charity, learn to fix their clothes with Ealing Repair Cafe, get their bikes checked with Dr Bike, participate in book swaps or shop with their pre-loved traders.

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Alongside boasting markets that draw people from all over the capital – and the country, West London has excellent transport links, highly-regarded schools and an abundance of green parks, making it an ideal place to call home.

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