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Bermondsey Square Antiques Market on Fridays

Bermonsey Square Antiques Market

Bermondsey Antiques Market has a wide range of antiques. Traders sell everything from cutlery to furniture and china to jewellery. A treat to explore, the antiques market is popular with antique traders, tourists and bargain hunters alike. You will find great expertise amongst the antiques traders, many of whom have been coming to Bermondsey Square for years. For further information or esquires about trading at the market, please contact the organiser Mike Collins.

Bermondsey Antiques Market |Friday 6am to 2pm

See also: Bermondsey Farmers’ Market


Food and drinks at Bermondsey Market

Whether it’s breakfast or brunch you are spoilt for choice. There’s a fantastic choice of restaurants, cafes and food markets right in the Square, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks.

Tour of Bermondsey Antiques Market

If you have never been to Bermondsey Antiques Market, watch this video and see what wonders you have been missing. From silver and cutlery, to 18th century Italian paintings and old school room maps from France; religious icons and assorted curios to furniture and fashion.



Discover Bermondsey Square

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Bermondsey Square in South East London is a community of shops, offices and apartments. It’s a venue for a world-famous Friday antique market, lunchtime street food traders and a Saturday farmers’ market. There’s an independent cinema and a boutique hotel. But most of all, it’s a lively community working together to create a great place to be.   @bermondseysq   bermondseysq


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