Camden Passage is a charming pedestrian street lined with Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian shopfronts. Behind the pretty facades is a wonderful variety of unique independent boutiques, antique and vintage shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. The cobbled streets of Camden Passage host market vendors and stalls every Wednesday and Saturday, with some vendors opening other days of the week also.
The markets established in the 1960s are comprised of Charlton Place, Pierrepont Arcade Market and Camden Passage Market. Charlton Place is a large covered market of antiques and collectables. Pierrepont Arcade is a series of small shops selling various wares from antique porcelain to military memorabilia, that features a vintage clothing market on Thursdays and a book market on Sundays. Camden Passage Market are temporary stalls along Camden Passage selling an eclectic mix of collectables, vintage, retro and bric-a-brac.
Camden Passage is located in North London, in Islington which is also home to many interesting shops in the surrounding neighborhood.