Jubilee Market is a great place for shopping, during the week you can always pick up a bargain in the Monday Antiques Market and in the General Market there are many traders selling good quality clothing and household goods. If you are looking for gifts or presents with a difference, then visit the Art and Crafts Market on Saturdays and Sundays. Covent Garden is a great tourist attraction, and Jubilee Market is right next door to the London Transport Museum, St Paul’s Church and a stones' throw away from the Royal Opera House.
In the Shopping Hall, you will find 120 craftsmen selling their original handmade arts and crafts, ceramics, hand made knitwear, pottery, silk screen printing, new age clothing, etchings, Chinese art, hand made house plaques, heraldry, coats of arms, hand painted crests, board games, enamelling, jewellery, wooden toys, goldsmith, doll houses, silversmith, crystals, hobo dolls, calligraphy, laceware, mohair sweaters, cardigans and coats, soft toys and dolls, luxury bathrobes, wood turning, carom game boards and lots more.
Monday: antiques and bric-a-brac.
Tuesday-Friday: general market (clothing, household goods and gifts at competitive prices).
Weekends: craft fair with over 200 craftsmen.
All week: best selection of fast foods, eat in/take away.