About Whitecross Street


About Whitecross Street Market


Whitecross Street Market first started in business in the 17th century, making it one of the oldest markets in London. After a period of decline, the street is now back on the up, having benefited from a programme of investment and regeneration in recent years, and is once again a busy retail hub in the heart of EC1 for local residents, workers and visitors. Improvements to the street include new pavements and shop fronts, as well as better and more defined sites for market traders. EC1 New Deal for Communities and Islington Council have worked closely to secure funding and carry out the improvements. In addition to its daily general market, the weekly specialist food market, which runs every Thursday and Friday, has been instrumental in the revitalisation of Whitecross Street. There's more to Whitecross Street than its market, however it also boasts a wide range of shops, some great places to eat and drink, art galleries and much more.


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Monday - Friday 11am-3pm

Note: some stall times may vary, also the speciality element of the market is Thursday/Friday

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