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Strutton Ground Market ~ a “locals” street market

Strutton Ground Street market is open Mon-Fri from 8-2:30.  It primarily offers food, coffee, clothing, jewellery, luggage, leather goods, clothing and fashion accessories.  While it is petite, and dwarfed by the surrounding office blocks, it has a lot to offer. Spread over a distinctive cobbled street, the market stands provide local residents and nearby workers with an array of eclectic items throughout the week. It is a nice break for a stroll and to grab a coffee or bite to eat while looking at the vendors.  It is mostly frequently by local workers, but is starting to attract a few more tourists.  The market is run by Westminster Council and provides a good detour for those visiting the more touristy sites at Westminster.

Located at: Strutton Ground, London, SW1P 2HY

Closest tube: St James’s Park

2 comments on “Strutton Ground Market ~ a “locals” street market

  1. blue starr
    February 14, 2013

    On my stroll north from Victoria I made sure to find the market. Nice little market, mainly food there the day I went but there were a couple of clothes stalls and I could have easily bough two coats, but came away with just one.
    Thanks for blogging about this market, helped me plan an interesting route to include places off the beaten track.

  2. manuel
    March 7, 2017

    I was recently in London and I discovered it by chance.I liked its familiar atmosphere I recommend it to everybody who wants to have a street lunch

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This entry was posted on August 6, 2012 by in Street Markets, Westminster.
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