You can get all sorts of exciting and interesting stuff in the markets, boutiques, galleries, delicatessens, craft shops and emporiums of Greenwich, so make a list and get going.

Greenwich Market has been here for hundreds of years and today it’s better than ever. A big favourite with Londoners, it’s overflowing with stalls and independent shops run by vintage clothing sellers, milliners, collectors and all sorts of others. And there’s a whole range of delicious street food from all over the world to keep you going while you wander.

RMG Shop 1

Pick up the perfect souvenir in the gift shops at the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, Old Royal Naval College and Fan Museum. Get yourself a little telescope at the Observatory, some tea on board Cutty Sark or a model ship in the National Maritime Museum.

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Greenwich is famous for its designer-makers. Greenwich Market’s selling ethos is based around them and many of the little shops and boutiques that line the inside of the Market are run by designer-makers who started with a stall. Head for Clocktower Market up the road for antiques, trinkets and other cool stuff.