Kingsland Market

For decades Kingsland Market was the place to go to for spare parts and tools needed to fix anything from bicycles to transistor radios. It eventually became a market with an eclectic array of goods, attracting visitors from far and wide. In July 2018, the market was relaunched, honouring its heritage as a go-to destination for second-hand bargains, antiques and collectables.



Kingsland Road, E8 on the A10 between Middleton Road and Richmond Road.

Public transport

Nearest stations: Dalston Junction or Dalston Kingsland and Haggerston Overground stations.

Buses: Dalston Lane and Kingsland High Street.

30, 38, 56, 67, 76, 149, 236, 242, 243 and 277.

Opening times

Saturday – 9am to 4pm.

Bank holiday opening

We are not open on public/bank holidays except on Good Friday.


Tools, vintage clothing, bric-a-brac, antique furniture, collectables, vinyl records, prints, street food, books, haberdashery.


Public toilets are available along Kingsland Road.

Apply to trade at Hackney’s markets

The Council is encouraging more permanent and casual traders at our markets, especially those who trade in confectionery, stationery, cooked hot food, arts and crafts, toiletries, china and footwear. We’ve made the licence process as easy as possible and our Markets Team are on hand to offer advice and help you find the right pitch. Apply to trade.

Page updated on: 26 June 2023

Markets Service


First Floor
51-63 Ridley Road
E8 2NP


Opening times

  • Markets office is open for tel enquiries and walk-in appointments, Mon-Fri 7am to 5pm