Time was that Greenwich market spread through all the nooks and crannies of the town centre but nowadays most of the focus is on the original covered market at the centre of Greenwich's Georgian central rectangle. To be honest, it's the space itself that is most impressive, with the original Victorian structure keeping you warm and dry while you browse the mainly crafty, trinkety stalls that make up the market's core. There are still nice indy shops around the edge, and the glut of food stalls at the northern end just gets better, but otherwise there's nothing much on offer that you couldn't buy elsewhere, and to be honest the antiques and bric-a-brac days throw up the most intriguing browsing opportunities. There'a also a little bric-a-brac market held next door to the cinema, five minutes' walk away, at weekends.
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Tues–Sun, & bank Hols 10am–5.30pm: arts, crafts and food Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun; antiques, vintage and collectibles Tues, Thurs & Fri.