Hoxton Street Market
Established in 1687, Hoxton is the oldest street market in Hackney. Packed with East End spirit, and just a short stroll from Shoreditch, the market has recently been transformed and now boasts new-look market stalls. The market has played a key role in building a strong local community and economy, showcasing its trader’s products and the local retail offer.
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We are always on the lookout for talented new traders to join us at Hoxton Street Market, you don’t necessarily have to be an experienced market trader to do this. All we’re looking for is bags of enthusiasm, a positive attitude and great products to add to the variety already on offer.
We are particularly interested in hearing from those selling unique and original hand-crafted goods and street food.
If you want to trade at Hoxton Street Market, please read through our market trading licence page and complete the interest form.
Hoxton Street, N1. Located in Shoreditch, off Old Street.
Nearest stations: Hoxton and Haggerston Overground and Old Street Underground Stations.
Buses: Kingsland Road 67, 149, 242, 243 and 394.
Saturday – 9am to 4pm.
Bank holiday opening
We are not open on public/bank holidays except on Good Friday.
Whether you are on the lookout for traditional market stall commodities, bespoke and hand-crafted goods or interesting and delicious street food, there is something at Hoxton Street Market for everyone.
Public toilets are available on Stanway Street.
Find out more about trading in Hackney’s other markets or miscellaneous sites.