Camden Lock Village Market - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama shows part of Camden Lock Market. On the weekend this open area is covered with various stalls, many of them selling food. The market also extends into the buildings, full of various arts and crafts. This area is often clear during the week, but the satellite view of the Google map of Camden shows just how crowded with stalls this part of Camden Market is at the weekend.
Camden Lock Village Market - FURTHER INFORMATION
Camden Lock Village Market - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Camden Lock Village Market' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.
Camden Lock Village market is one of the markets in Camden Town, north London, that are collectively referred to as 'Camden Market'. It runs along the north side of Regents Canal, on the other side of Camden High Street to Camden Lock Market. The market contains many small units selling all kinds of goods, from clothing, jewelry, pictures and furniture, often produced by individual crafts people. There are also numerous food stalls here.
Camden Village was known as the 'Canal Market' until the area was devastated by fire in February 2008. The market was then re-developed, opening as Camden Village market in May 2009. The main entrance to the market is marked by rows of half-scooters uses as seats and a large bronze lion.
The other markets forming Camden Market area include:Camden High Street is lined with alternative clothes shops. Combined these markets form one the most popular attractions in London, especially at the weekend.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Tube: Camden Town (Northern line). At peak times at the weekend passengers can not depart from Camden Tube station and must walk to either Chalk Farm or Mornington Crescent stations.
Bus: Camden Town
Train: Camden, Euston Station, Kings Cross & St Pancras.