Things to Do at Covent Garden Market:
Besides shopping, this place also offers certain places for dine-In. You can also check out health services available in the premises of market.
Gambrinus Bistro & Café, Tanakaya, Waldo’s Bistro on King, Kleiber’s Delicatessen, Strano’s Bagel and Deli, The Salad Bowl & Thai Delight
Health and Beauty Centres:
Carpe Diem Massage Therapy
Covent Garden Market Operational Hours:
Usually the market remains open from 8 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday to serve the populated area of Covent Garden. However, on Fridays, you can get an extra hour and half as the market stays open from 8 am to 7:30 pm. But if you are planning to visit it on Sunday, remember you can shop between 11 am and 4 pm.
Usually when people go out with their families, they like to spend as much time with them as possible. If you are done with your shopping, then you can take your family to attractive places. If you are ready then you can decide for any of the below given attractions.
London Transport Museum, Royal Opera House, Roman Bath, Courtauld Gallery, The Gilbert Collection, Royal Opera House Shop & 3 Bedfordbury Gallery
Covent Garden Market Location:
41 Covent Garden Piazza, City of London, London, Greater London WC2E 8RF, United Kingdom.
It is easy to reach Covent Market if you select Covent Garden Tube Station as means of transportation, because it is location at 463 feet away from it. Once you leave the tube station on Long Acre road, head northeast and walk for about 2 minutes. The Covent Garden Market will be in your front.View Map for Directions.
Do you want to travel by bus? Take bus RV1, leave it at Covent Garden Russell Street (Stop), and walk southwest toward Bow Street. After a minute, you will find the market in your front.