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About Camden Stables

Est. 1760

Part street fair, part shopping emporium, part three-ring circus: Stables Market is a heady mix of culture, excitement and stuff.

You might want to stop and grab a coffee before venturing into the labyrinth of stalls here, as everyone seems to be in perpetual motion and you will quickly find yourself caught up in the swirling tide of activity. Before you take the plunge, pause for a moment to absorb and appreciate the setting.

The Stables Market boasts a historic setting, utilising restored industrial buildings that once held the wares and housed the offices of the companies that used the canal and nearby railway. A number of the shops are located under striking viaducts beneath the sidings that were once used by the North Western Railway Company. Bronze horse sculptures dotted around the market are a reminder of its working origins, and add an elegant thematic touch.

Step on in and explore the array of things to buy, eat, see and do!

Boutiques in the Camden area

General Eyewear


Arch 67, The Stables Market, NW1 8AH
Tel: 0207 428 0123

Bespoke & Vintage Eyewear

General Eyewear is a lexicon of eyewear, holding a vast archive of frames from every period. Supplying to the media, Music and Fashion industries as well as to the general public.

Best Known For

  • Alternative fashion
  • Antiques
  • Collectables
  • Crafts
  • Furniture
  • International cuisine
  • Vintage clothing

Getting There


24, 27, 29, 31, 46, 88, 134, 168, 214, 253, 274, C2, N5, N20, N29, N31, N134, N253 & N279


  • Camden Town (Northern Line)
  • Mornington Crescent (Northern Line)
  • Camden Road (London Overground)
  • Chalk Farm (Northern Line)

Transport for London Journey Planner


Camden is invariably packed tighter than a Titanic lifeboat. Avoid driving if at all possible. What little parking is to be found is in either Kentish Town or on Euston side streets such as Purchese Street. Camden Council parking guide

Opening Times

Most shops open daily. Weekends are exceptionally busy.

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