The Apple Market is easily the most memorable place to visit in Covent Garden. It is filled to the brim with market stalls, boutique shops and some proper quirky things to see! We joined hundreds of relaxed Londoners in the land of music, stalls, crafts and food at the Covent Garden market.
Set in London’s West End, Covent Garden is a vibrant, must-see destination for anyone who enjoys shopping, theatre, restaurants, bars, history and culture. Things to see in and around Covent Garden include the London Transport Museum, the Royal Opera House, Somerset House and Covent Garden Market.
In the South Piazza, the Jubilee Market changes its wares daily. On Mondays, the market is dedicated to antiques. From Tuesday to Friday, a general market operates with traders selling clothes and household goods. On weekends, the market offers arts and crafts.
Open every day of the week, the East Colonnade Market has a variety of stalls selling products such as handmade soap, jewellery, handbags, hand-knitted children’s clothing, a magician’s stall, sweets, artwork and homeware.
Magicians can be be seen out in the street.
And some incredible human statues that can easily fool you like this man in gold.
Or this lady in silver.
Or have your photo taken with a Roman soldier.
After a tiring tour and as it was lunch time we stooped off for bangers and mash at the Nag’s Head pub.