This East London’s best artisanal market celebrates arts & crafts with an exciting array of stalls inside & outside one of the Brewery’s warehouses’ Spitalfields Town Talk every weekend.
Shoreditch Backyard Market offers a huge and different selection of art, fashion, beauty, homeware, and lifestyle goods! This is a perfect place to find a unique gift or just to browse with some friends or family.
Less than one minute walk away from the reputable Brick Lane Vintage Market and the Upmarket, you’ll find one of London’s best food halls – one of the seven Truman Markets.
A History Of The Backyard Market
Backyard Market is housed in the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane and has been a shopping location for arts and crafts lovers since it opened in 2006. Popular and famous among young creative types, its 80 stalls are a fantastic place to pick up handmade jewellery, homemade food, unique clothes by up-and-coming designers, bespoke gifts, and the unusual vintage gem.
Located in the hipster zone of Spitalfields, this area can provide hours of amazement for or a peek into Georgian and Victorian London at its most pristine, or a glimpse of what’s apt to be the next big global trend.
This Shoreditch Market is well-known for its warm community vibe and pretty friendly opening hours. It runs every Saturday from 11 am-6 pm and every Sunday from 10 am-5 pm, making it great for a potter after a trendy Shoreditch brunch.
What are the highlights of Shoreditch Backyard Market?
As I mentioned, you can find everything from beautiful handmade jewellery to unique clothes and homemade foods here. This Shoreditch market is filled with cheeky photographers, jewelry craftspeople for pieces at all price points, record stalls, varied t-shirts, and vendors for chocolate, tea, and baked cakes. There are tons more, so make sure to put on your comfy shoes!
There is a variety of different stands offering lots of food, pictures, gifts, odd vintage trinkets, delicious Vegan Cakes, and even sugar-free chocolate (which is actually so delicious and guilt-free!).
If you’re feeling like something a bit more substantial to eat after your shopping, there are tons of options right out front of this Shoreditch market – obviously, all around brick lane on a Sunday.
All in all, Backyard Market seems to have something for everyone – making it ideal to hang out with your diverse groups of friends who are just visiting for a weekend. This is a great place to spend a wonderful Sunday with them. I bet it’s a lot of fun and well worth a visit so check this place out!
Backyard Market Stalls
Stalls at Backyard Market include:
- Leng Box – Korean Skincare
- Haute Dod Ldn
- Blow Ties London
- Candies – Handmade Soaps & Skincare
- Mia Hawk – Art, T-shirts and Beanies
- Tie Doctor – Neckwear
- Dunya Ayurveda – Copper Water Bottles
- Kif Garden
- One And Other
- Alexander Korzer-Robins – Art, Books and Comics
- The Hat London
Things To Do Near Backyard Market
- Explore Brick Lane Market Stalls
- Try some salt beef bagels at Beigel Bake
- Check out Columbia Flower Market (Open Sundays only)
- Check out the amazing Indian food in Brick Lane
- Get your sweet tooth a treat at Dark Sugars
- Visit Spitalfields Market which is less than 5 minutes walk from Backyard Market
- Check out Princelet Street’s Instagram famous Geogian-era houses.
Backyard Market Opening Hours
Opening Hours: Saturday 11am-6pm & Sunday 10am-5pm
Location: Spitalfields neighborhood
Address: 146 Brick Lane London, E1 6RU
Nearest Stations: Aldgate East/Liverpool St